Debbie Mieszala, CG℠
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Category Archives: Family Research
Finding an ancestor’s Irish town of origin is a goal for many genealogists. This January, I was able to do that for an ancestral couple. The strategy and resources used might help others who are searching for an Irish ancestral … Continue reading
Have you researched your ancestor’s collateral relatives and associates? They often reveal otherwise elusive information about your ancestors.
Worlds frequently collide for genealogists. Non-genealogical endeavors often hint at genealogy. Our non-genealogy worlds push and pull us back to that beloved discipline.
The great online tree debate is over, at least for now. I read your input and spoke with colleagues. My online tree is a reality.
I have not posted a family tree online. I’m not hoarding ancestors.
I’ve obsessively checked Ancestry to see if my DNA results would ever come in.
“The cry of fire was raised in Catharine st. at 10 o’clock this forenoon, and in a minute the street was black with people.”