I started my blog on 3 January 2011 to encourage myself not to give up on researches. I’ve had several longish periods of time in 2011 when I haven’t had time to do anything, but it has persuaded me to take up my researches again when time is available. According to the WordPress stats, I … Continue reading
I’ve added information on people in the following families: Binks (Utah) Roylance (Utah) Pugh (UK) Heath (UK) Baugh (UK) I’ve added events to people in the following families: Carter (Service in the Black Hawk Wars) Binks (Utah immigration) Births, marriages or deaths for several individuals I’ve added images for the following families: Binks Roylance Golesworthy … Continue reading
My GenealogyinTime toolbar has introduced me to some interesting sites. GenWriters – even if you don’t plan to write a book about your family, there are still plenty of tips for genealogists here, including a large resources section, and several tutorials. Mainly for those in the US, but still worth reading as many hints can … Continue reading
Genealogists world-wide have rushed to correct the strange ideas held by the LA Weekly. So for me this is the face of genealogy – my 5xgreat-grandfather. And thanks to Geneabloggers, the LA Weekly has actually changed the image in it’s article.
Geneamusings asks: If we lost our blogging platforms for awhile (but not the Internet as a whole), what would you do with your genealogy time? What projects would you start, continue working on, or try to finish instead of blogging? Tough question! Plenty on my to-do list, so I’d try to clear some of those. I know … Continue reading