Posts Tagged With: ancestry
My friend Thomas MacEntee over at Geneabloggers suggested a couple of weeks ago that I join Ancestry.com’s Expert Connect. Well I waited because I had so many other things on my to-do list and now Ancestry has shut their Expert Connect down. If you are looking for a Chicago area, which also includes Indiana, Wisconsin, […]
My follow Friday this week is a self-plug. I started another site to help people begin their genealogical research and most importantly, write their family stories. The site is Generations of Stories.
Sheri Fenley of The Educated Genealogist is one of my favorite bloggers. Her posts are honest. Sometimes they are absolutely hilarious because she writes about her life and wishes and things that most of us probably do or feel but don’t express. The first post reflects the do not express part. I did laugh when […]
Jennifer Holik is a genealogical research professional, lecturer, author, and the owner of Generations. Her interest in genealogy began in 1996 when she completed a project for a history class. Jennifer believes we must incorporate history into our family stories and view our families within their historical context, not ours. Jennifer has an eye for […]