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What surnames are you interested in researching?
Hosmer, Hatch, Christy, Curtis, Thompson, Glatz, Burge, Pritchard, Camm, Stoneham, Glatz, Jesionowski
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
US: OH, CT, MA; UK - Somerset
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Advanced Family History Researcher
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
lecturing on using the internet for sound genealogical research.

I'm on twitter as rcurious !

I made a free toolbar with my favorite genealogy sites you can download from http://RelativelyCurious.OurToolbar.com/
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
to share an interest with my dad
Do you have a genealogy website or blog?
http://relativelycurious.blogspot.com/

yep, i'm relatively curious

if you don't recognize me by my name, i'm rcurious on twitter, and relativelycurious on blogger, protopage and other sites.

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Win a Geni.com 12 month Pro Account, but Hurry!

The good folks over at Geni.com have given me a 12 month Pro Account to give away for free! Please visit my blog, Relatively Curious About Genealogy, for the details. Drawing is this Friday, April 1. Hurry, and Good Luck!

Posted on March 30, 2011 at 4:30pm

30% Discount on New Ancestry.com Memberships

I'd heard about this a while back, but just today verified it for myself - and it's true!  If you go to your local LDS Family History Center, all of which are free to use and open to the public, and ask them to show you how to use their library version of Ancestry.com through their "portal", from the opening screen there will be a "sign up" offer on the right side of the screen. When you enter your email address, it will email you an… Continue

Posted on March 15, 2011 at 7:29pm

Death, Deceit and a Couple of Sea Captains

A while back, my niece's husband asked me if I would help him look into his ancestry. (He thought that perhaps his family had “come from whales”.) Seeing as he was and still is serving our country in the Air Force, I was happy to see what I could help him find. In addition to showing him how to do basic census records research, I ran some searches on several of the online digitized book sites. We were both amazed at what I found about one of his ancestors in a book on HeritageQuest --…

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Posted on March 9, 2011 at 9:24am — 1 Comment

Free "Great Family Search" Genealogy Conference in Plano, TX plus LOTS of genealogy websites

This is one of the best kept secrets in Texas... an all day genealogy conference, with nationally recognized speakers, and its entirely free! There are presentations on just about every topic you can imagine relating to genealogy -- its great for any level of genealogy knowledge, from beginners to advanced. I'll be lecturing on Internet Genealogy, Using Search Engines Effectively, and Finding Treasures in online Libraries… Continue

Posted on October 1, 2010 at 9:15am

Almost 1000 folks using my genealogy toolbar, and then I'm giving away a copy of RootsMagic 4!

I've posted here before about the free browser toolbar that I created, that is all genealogy websites, making it so much easier to do genealogy research online. (If you havent heard about it, its free, no ad/spy/malware - and every site on it is handpicked, or recommended to me). Anyway, I was adding a few sites to the Internet Genealogy browser toolbar this morning and happened to check the stats on… Continue

Posted on July 2, 2010 at 3:35pm — 3 Comments

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At 4:56pm on December 31, 2009, Sue McCormick said…
Tami, I have sent a friend request because I wanted to post a private message about the "relatively curious toolbar" here.

Sue
At 12:24am on July 15, 2009, Liz Pidgeon said…
Thanks Tami. Had a look at your blog. My husband and I maintain a website at www.pidgeon.info which does need a bit of a shake up and I am a local and family history librarian for a regional public library service in Victoria, Australia and maintain two blogs:
Yarra Plenty Genealogy: http://ypgenealogy.blogspot.com/
and Yarra Plenty Local History : http://yplocalhistory.blogspot.com/
At 10:03am on July 12, 2009, Barry & Sandy Mursell said…
Tami, thanks for getting back to me. Probably no link as all mine that I know of started in Essex & then moved to the New Forest which is Hampshire/Wiltshire.
Sandy
At 3:37am on July 12, 2009, Barry & Sandy Mursell said…
Tami, do you know the origins of your Hatch people? I am researching Hatch family from Wiltshire & Hampshire UK.
Sandy
At 12:41am on July 11, 2009, Michal L. Miller said…
John Roland Lloyd and his father Roland Lloyd all stayed in PA. John Roland Lloyd's wife and kids migrated to Utah in the late 1800's. I am trying to find the grave of John Roland Lloyd buried in one of the cemeteries in Rochester, PA.
It is listed as Rochester Cemetery but when I do a search on it........Not finding it. This is coming from records his son Gilbert wrote in his life story. And was handed down through the family after he passed.
 
 
 

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