I started writing my family history book 1 year ago. I had years of genealogical research including volumns of records on many of my lineages, however, I knew I wanted something different from the dry and boring genealogical books I had read in the library. So I tried to weave my own family memories and family stories throughout my book along with interesting local historical informaton. After publishing my book, I decided I wanted to share what I had learned over the years along with…See More
"I am all about finding your ancestors for free. After years of genealogy, I have written and published my family history book. Out of a desire to share my research tips for building and verifying your family tree, I recently published my website and…"
Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.
"I have Scotch Irish on both my maternal lineage and paternal lineage. My mother's maiden name was Beatty and they came from Northern Ireland.Also, my great great mother and her family, the Crawfords, immigrated in 1831 from Londonderry,…"
An American ethic group of those who think their ancestors were Scottish Protestants living in Ulster. Our challenges: researching in colonial times, crossing the Pond, researching in Ireland. You can do this, but need to learn how. It is not easy.See More