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Yay! The 2020 #AtoZChallenge is fast approaching and I am so excited to announce my 2020 THEME REVEAL. I have been toying with a dozen ideas and finally decided to try something a bit different and focus on FAMILY HISTORY!
When I got sick in 2015, one of the few things I was able to do was research the family history on ancestry.com‘s app on my iPad. It was such a great time killer and also like a treasure hunt for this history fan. So this upcoming month of April I will be sharing tidbits from my family’s history as well as tips on how to seek out your own ancestry on-line.
B Brewster Family
C Census Records
D Dayton Family
E Eberle Family
F Find a Grave
H 1066, The Battle of HASTINGS
I Ipad App Review
J 5 Strong Women in JESUS’ Genealogy (Happy Easter)
K 4 Ancestry Resources for KIDS
L 7 Free Ancestry Research LINKS
M The 1643 Massacre of Richard MAXSON
N 3 Tips for Researching NYS Historic Newspapers
O Virtual Tour of Ogdensburg, New York
P Learning about Your PILGRIM Ancestors
Q 7 Questions about Researching Ancestry
R 5 Tips to RESEARCH and Discover What Your Family Name Means
S A Virtual Tour of SCROOBY in Honor of the 400th Anniversary of The Mayflower
T 5 TV Shows about Genealogy on Amazon Prime Video
U UNION or Confederate?
V My Agonizing VAN VALKENBURG Search
W From WATERBURY to WATERTOWN in search of the WELTON Family
X What is the X in DNA?
Y 6 Tips for How I Came to Research the YOUNG Family in the Newspapers
Z Zee End: 5 Books and Movies About Finding Family
Will you be following along on my adventure through the A to Zs of Ancestry? Let me know in the comments below and let me know how I can follow you too!
While you wait to read my 2020 AtoZChallenge, how about looking back at some of my past series here? And better yet, join us for free here!