Tag Archives: Carrier

Genealogy: Getting it Out There

If you want to connect with others who are working on your family lines, you have to get your lines published to various social media and genealogy sites. I have had wonderful success posting my surnames and family history to … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Who are your neighbors?

Well, not your neighbors, but who were your ancestors’ neighbors? Searching neighboring households in the Canadian or US Census and nearby graves on the FindAGrave website are two ways to find your relatives’ relatives!

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Genealogy: Remember to say “Thank you”

On September 1, this year, I was researching a Carrier relative on Ancestry.com. I did something I rarely do, I added “Family Trees” and “Photos & Maps” to my search. I found this picture. Four ancestors I had never seen … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Print It!

When I’ve written about scanning family photographs in the past, I was promoting ideas like scanning a relative’s photos while you are on vacation, scanning as a form of preservation, and scanning in order to see important details up close. … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Independence Day

The pages of a 1918 letter were photographed for me by a cousin, which I mentioned back in this post, and I thought it would be fitting to transcribe the letter for my family and readers on this Fourth of … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Hero Cousin

I’m not referring to some distant ancestor who fought in the War of 1812, I’m talking about a real live, first cousin. After our grandmother died in 1989, she salvaged boxes of family keepsakes that were bound for the dumpster. … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Find A Grave

Have you ever entered a surname into a search engine bar and noticed that one or more of your hits was for findagrave.com? Have you ever gone to the site and used findagrave.com’s own search tools? Doing so can bring forth surprising results … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Scanning

It’s been weeks since I last blogged. I’ve been busy. During a recent extended visit at my parents’ house, I tackled a major photo preservation project. I went through about eight photo albums and scanned anything that was one-of-a-kind or damaged. The … Continue reading

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Genealogy: From the Kitchen

See update at bottom of post: 22 November 2016 When I was a girl, my grandma made this chunky applesauce that I really liked. I thought, “When I grow up, I will make chunky applesauce, too, and not that thin, … Continue reading

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Genealogy: FamilySearch Workshop

While I am attending the Society of Tennessee Archivists Conference in Clarksville, TN, I thought I would blog about the class I taught on FamilySearch for the teenaged girls at church. I’m no expert, but I am really glad they … Continue reading

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