We are into Genes and Genealogy – now get your grandma some blueberry pie!
Back to CW and his family…
CW has a One Name Study already on the go on WikiTree. Which has come in so very handy. He has it structured in part by early W’s – everywhere he had already found them.
To further my own research of his brickwall I have to study ALL of the early W’s in Maine. I Continue reading “Cluster Genealogy Part 3 – I have Maine on My Wall.”
Life is such an annoying thing, the way it always gets in the way of enjoying genealogy – my/our primary purpose in life, right? I have so many real life things to do today but instead I am here posting a blog about a speaking engagement I have for tomorrow on one of my favorite subjects…you guessed it, GENEALOGY!
Voices from the Dust – Ottawa’s Rootstech
I know I am the only one who does this.
I am the only genealogist who has a sense of family, who feels an ancestor’s pain when I type a date into my Genealogy program of choice (WikiTree). I am the only one who, when reading about some horrific event in an ancestors life, feel it in the pit of my stomach. I am the only one who feels pride when I read that someone was mentioned in the hallowed halls of Congress upon her death.
I know I am the only one. Continue reading “I know I am the only one who does this.”
Wow! Going to a Genealogy Conference sure does make ones furnace burn bright with the fires of impetus, drive and determination!
Grandma’s Genes is at the Ontario Genealogical Society Conference 2016 in Toronto this weekend (June 2016). We participated in a workshop on running a genealogy business where we learned great strategies for moving Grandma’s Genes into the stratosphere of our niche market (Genetic Genealogy – General, Adoption and First Nations Peoples). It’s Amazing to have this kind of a workshop available to us this weekend and furthers our desire to offer insights and resources to our clients and to the genealogical community as a whole. Continue reading “OGS 2016 Toronto”