The chart summarizes information on a Charles Butler–that I think potentially are the same person. There […]
A researcher is never finished encountering incorrect transcriptions for a last name. But this one exceeded […]
I struggle with terms and definitions. In this blog post, I muse on “statements.” This is […]
I was quoted several years ago in an article on the FamilySearch blog, “3 Ways to Unravel […]
No one lives forever and at some point one needs to decide what the “goals” ‘of […]
Not all of DNA matches have trees, but those that do can keep one aware of […]
A few reminders based upon personal experience and reality about posting something in a blog or […]
Don’t get me wrong, I like FamilySearch and all the digital images of records they have […]
The genealogy-world is aflutter over MyHeritage’s free photo colorization feature on their website ( Color me […]
The phrase “complete relative” is one that I made up because it seems to fit the […]
After a few years, we have brought back this five-session class on United States land records […]
This illustration appeared in Genealogy Tip of the Day a few days ago, but I decided […]
Genealogy isn’t just about people. There can be stories in animals and inanimate objects. There’s a […]
While I have more than my share of colorful relatives, it’s not often that I find […]
I am thinking out loud here. I’m typing up my ahnentafel chart for presentation on my […]
I have two group research trips scheduled in 2020. Visit our site for more information or […]
It’s easy to focus on the direct line ancestors in our research. Their names appear in […]
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