52 Anestors in 52 Weeks: Challenge

52 Anestors in 52 Weeks: Challenge

The challenges of Southern genealogy research. A conversation several years back with a volunteer at the Connecticut Society of Genealogists: Me: “Are there available vital records for events and people there around the 1900s?” Her: “Why, of course. We have court records dating back to the 1700s.” Me: “You’re kidding!” Her: “You said you’re fromRead more about 52 Anestors in 52 Weeks: Challenge[…]

Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 4 (final) – John Shadinger

Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 4 (final) – John Shadinger

*This series of posts allows me practice in documenting sources and provide the reader some insight to my methodology through a bit of a travelogue of my efforts. I have already solved this particular problem, so while I am happy to provide fodder for my reader’s research passions and while I welcome any corrections to blatantRead more about Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 4 (final) – John Shadinger[…]

Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 3 – John Shadinger

Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 3 – John Shadinger

*This series of posts allows me practice in documenting sources and provide the reader some insight to my methodology through a bit of a travelogue of my efforts. I have already solved this particular problem, so while I am happy to provide fodder for my reader’s research passions and while I welcome any corrections to blatantRead more about Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 3 – John Shadinger[…]

Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 2 – John Shadinger

Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 2 – John Shadinger

*This series of posts allow me practice in documenting sources and provide the reader some insight to my methodology through a bit of a travelogue of my efforts. I have already solved this particular problem, so while I am happy to provide fodder for my reader’s research passions and while I welcome any corrections to blatantRead more about Genealogy Keep-doing, not a do-over: Part 2 – John Shadinger[…]