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HOW TO START by Susi Pentico 3 Feb 2018

HOW TO START by Susi Pentico   2018                                    Look around your home for you clues.Catalog what you have saved or were givenPut names on your PicturesKeep your data like you do taxes.Reach out to your living family membersAsk them to share about themselves & their deceased members.Ask your children what they remember about an event.Ask your grandchildren the same questions.Everyone perceives things a wee different.Write events you live daily on your calendar, great…See More
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A Different Approach...... Is It Needed

  A Different Approach.... Is iIt NeededIt seems there are so many sites out there that researchers, yes even older researchers are getting a bit frustrated.My serious concern is the loss of Rootsweb.com with their surname files and  lists for regions you can share your data with people with.  Have not heard how New York is doing with our records either. Now that is a state of major need for me on four lines.  So reading NGS, NEHGS and many other written published papers.  I am learning of a…See More
Nov 2, 2017
Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico commented on Nat Ins for Genealogical Studies's group Jones Family Genealogy
" 4 proven Jones lines, here is one.  Teague Jones of Yarmouth Mass ma to Rahama and down to myself and 3 generations below us now.  Captain William Jones of Maryland wife  Elizabeth Mary Planter? 1613-1716 Have very little…"
Nov 1, 2017

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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Madison /Mattison, Jones, SWEET,Young, WRIGHT
HUFFMAN/HOFFMAN,DUVALL, PLANTS,
PENTICOFF/ PENTICO, Benninghoff, JUNG YOUNG,
FOLK/FOULK, MOYER/MYER, MEYER, JONES, BLESSING
NANKE, JIPP/JEPP, NEUMAN, GLUCH, TATUM, BROWN,
KIMBROUGH, HENDRICKS,
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
USA, Germany, Poland, England, Scotland/ Ireland,
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Mid Atlantic region of USA
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Mom was doing it then when child born needed medical past knowledge so have been doing since 1960. I love History what better way to learn it.
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://www.ourfamilyhistories.com/ http://susischattyperformances.b...

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HOW TO START by Susi Pentico 3 Feb 2018

HOW TO START by Susi Pentico   2018

                                    

  1. Look around your home for you clues.
  2. Catalog what you have saved or were given
  3. Put names on your Pictures
  4. Keep your data like you do taxes.
  5. Reach out to your living family members
  6. Ask them to share about themselves & their deceased members.
  7. Ask your children what they remember about an event.
  8. Ask your grandchildren the…
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Posted on February 3, 2018 at 11:17pm

A Different Approach...... Is It Needed

  

A Different Approach.... Is iIt Needed

It seems there are so many sites out there that researchers, yes even older researchers are getting a bit frustrated.

My serious concern is the loss of Rootsweb.com with their surname files and  lists for regions you can share your data with people with.  Have not heard how New York is doing with our records either. Now that is a state of major need for me on four lines.  

So reading NGS, NEHGS and…

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Posted on November 1, 2017 at 8:39pm

Fifty Shades of Green

Fifty Shades of Green, yes, I said 50 shades of Green. It is less than 10 miles from our home. 

It is a great drive to enjoy and take in the many, many shades…
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Posted on June 2, 2017 at 11:08am

Mississippi Research by Susi

 Mississippi Research by Susi Pentico

COMPLIMENTS OF USGENWEB.  MISSISSIPPI ARCHIVES

LIBRARIES, COURT HOUSES, TOWN HALL, CHURCHES AND…

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Posted on May 3, 2017 at 4:16pm

Wandering around the Boards, Do you Pin?

     Good day to you all.  The sun is out here and breeze is calm at the  moment.   It will probably rise up around 2:30 or 

     3 pm and get much cooler. 

     Resting my shoulder and neck, so instead of trying to read lots of fine print, I did a a bit of wandering.

      I am just getting the hang of Pinterest.  But I am learning that there is lots of free information out there that is 

      commented on differently depending on what…

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Posted on April 23, 2017 at 2:54pm — 2 Comments

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At 3:08pm on February 6, 2017, Paul Wright said…

I did find that marriage certificate some years ago but trying to find his parents has been my brick wall. Charles would have been born, based on marriage cert, census and death info between 1859 and 1863.

At 3:06pm on February 6, 2017, Paul Wright said…

Yes, I am the same. 30 years looking for the ancestors of Charles Wright no luck. The test came out as I1a-M253.

Thanks

At 6:32pm on March 19, 2016, Larry R. Bish said…

Yes, I have many Powell, Snow, Winchester and anything is free to family connected.....

At 1:18pm on June 8, 2013, Edward Duvall said…

Hi Susie CP

 

I just recently joined.

Eddy Duvall

At 12:28am on February 2, 2013, Jim Walker said…

Sorry Susan, but I do not understand the post?  :-)

At 12:11pm on October 21, 2012, Katherine Mc Aninch said…

Hi Susan

 

I have not found any Powell lines in PA that connect to the Duval line in MD. Mine strictly seem to be in the  original settlement of  Bethpage, Long Island, NY and later some moved to Dutchess Co., Westchster Co., Steuben Co, and Saratoga Co., NY     Most seemed to have remained in Saratoga and Stueben Counties, however, my direct line left NY and settled first in Wisconsin and then some left to settle  in Iowa circa 1859 and subsequently stayed there for a good 4 generations or longer. Sorry I am not able to connect to the MD Powell/Duval lines.

At 7:07pm on February 27, 2012, Kay Mulneix Oertel said…

Hi Susi... I am still around.... doing  somework on my TRAUTMANs.... have taken pictures of where the town of Troutman was.

Take care,

Kay

At 5:32pm on April 25, 2011, Kathryn Brannigan Walizer said…
Susan have the harris/ haines report ready to e=mail
At 6:54pm on March 31, 2011, Betty Jo Blevins said…
Susi, Not that we know of. Most of hubby's family is from Tenn, Va, KY and Ohio. Unless someone moved out there that I haven't found yet in my research.
At 4:20pm on February 9, 2010, Carol Leve said…
Hi Susi! Just saying hello and hoping all is well. Haven't seen you online lately.....BB.
 
 
 

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