WikiTree Connections… Heros, a Warehouse, and US Presidents?

By Rodhullandemu – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, I participated in the WikiTree Connection from June 13-20, and it was so interesting to see all the connections they found … Continue Reading →

The 1931 Canadian Census Release And A Special Lady

(Learn about Christina later in the blog) June 1, 2023, was the release of the 1931 Canadian Census, and despite all the preparation that Library and Archives Canada said they … Continue Reading →

Christmas Past

At my age, Christmas is often when you remember past Christmases. This year I was reminded that after a family get-together on December 23, 2006, I sat down and worked … Continue Reading →

Ancestry Sideview Technology™ – Me & Dad

A few weeks ago, AncestryDNA introduced its new Sideview Technology™ for your DNA ethnicity results, and I wrote a blog telling you a bit about how it worked. (You can … Continue Reading →

Did My Family Not Hug Because of the Spanish Flu?

As the world begins the stages of the “new normal” and we slowly get back to interacting with people it’s made me wonder about how my family handled things during … Continue Reading →

Be Prepared To Stay Up Tonight – Ancestry Has New Tools

Today’s the day I’ve been waiting for. I get to tell you about some new tools at Ancestry that I was able to try out over the last couple of … Continue Reading →

Why Is Collaboration So Important?

I’m a firm believer in collaboration and I’ve blogged about this on several occasions. Making an effort to connect with cousins is a way that you can extend your tree … Continue Reading →

Have You Ever Not Liked Your Ancestor?

When I first started researching my family history there were ancestors that I already admired. For instance, my great-grandmother; Lily Shannon. I admired her because as the family story went she … Continue Reading →