"Thank you for the birthday wishes! BTW - I agree with the Germany factor. My father is Scottish, but has a distinctly German name. No one knows why - it goes back several generations. Unusual name, as well. The reason behind the name died along with…"
"Thanks for the birthday greeting! Was a wonderful day with the family, good Scottish food at the nearest pub (for us that's a 30 minute drive) - a real treat! And absolutely no complaining about the food from my Italian husband - miraculous!"
"Hi! I'd be happy to help with your vanishing McLeod id I can! I have MacLeods, but some of the same family who stayed in Canada or went to Australia dropped the 'A'. We are all connected, so message me with info!
Thanks for the well…"
"I am researching MacLeod, MacKay, Morrison , Jamieson and others from Durness, Sutherland. Also have my mystery Scot - ggrandfather Angus Good, born Scotland (doesn't state where), ended up in Maine prior to 1869, where his son Joseph was born.…"
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Scotland, England, Canada, France
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Colonial New England, Scottish Highlands (old Scots Gaelic), Northern England , Wales
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
My great aunt was a town clerk in Stockton Springs, Maine- she got me started. I spent a childhood going around graveyards, and looking at old records. It has remained a lifetime fascination that I never tire of. I am very fortunate to have made a career of genealogy - very few people get to do what they really love!