I've operated a free family history website since 2000. And, over the years I've seen many genealogy and family history websites come and go. I can understand why as it's expensive to run a larger genealogy website, and I appreciate all of those who give it a try.
What I have a problem with are those websites that claim to be a free family history…Continue
A small collection of images of Monumental Headstones and Markers taken at the above cemetery are available to download at Ancestry Central (…Continue
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on July 28, 2011 at 3:14am — No Comments
I have very few tools I use for my family history research, and maybe someone can point me in the right direction to improve my "toolbox" but I thought I'd share.
As web site www.ancestrycentral.co.uk continues to develop, Ancestry Central have launched a number of opportunities for Family History and One Name Study Societies.
At Ancestry Central, we are committed to providing a platform for new collections of…Continue
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on July 26, 2011 at 2:54am — No Comments
looking for the origin of the Hardefeldt name my great great grand father was Otto Hardefeldt, i think they came from Germany many thanks colin
New in town so a warm hello to all,
I am gathering information on mainly the Addenbrook or Addenbrooke clan but i am interested in all the family's conected to us I have some 2500 people in the tree already not all of it proved so if you see an error guys don't be shy please let me know and your welcome to any information i have .
Please i am not getting involved in the now 400 year old depute with the family of Mr William Shakespeare over a piddly little 6 pound debt from the…Continue
Added by Phillip Addenbrooke on July 21, 2011 at 3:38am — No Comments
It’s been a little over a month since my last blog post where I shared how I was heading out to Los Angeles to help my parents in their transition to an assisted living facility. I’m happy to report that they are settled in and making the adjustment to their new lifestyle. They have their moments of “how did we get here?” but for the most part, they appreciate the regular and delicious meals, the nurse who makes sure they each take their medication on time each day, the plethora of…Continue
Added by Stefani Twyford on July 20, 2011 at 11:36am — No Comments
The main cemetery at Chorley, Lancashire now fully uploaded at www.ancestrycentral.co.uk
The above cemetery are available to download at Ancestry Central (www.ancestrycentral.co.uk – go to find a grave – Select…Continue
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on July 20, 2011 at 5:24am — No Comments
With the Passage of Time
With the Passage of Time, we pray God will take away our pain. With the passage of time we trust we will learn to
Trust God more. The passage of time means things are going to change we must look forward to the change.
To look back is to defeat the purpose of the change. To have good memories is a good thing. Look forward to '
remembering the good things. Let God have the bad memories and help you move…Continue
Added by Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico on July 17, 2011 at 4:09pm — No Comments
each indentation telling a story
of a time past,
and whimsical dreams.
Indentations of tormented moments,
and life through squinted eyes.
The face once smooth
now holds wrinkles,
it can now cradle and contain
the tears that once flowed.
Happiness of birth and sorrow
driven aches of fear,
and the thrill…Continue
Added by Cheri Boyd on July 16, 2011 at 6:38pm — No Comments
I am really pleased with the recent digitized records at familysearch.org. I found some amazing records for Nansemond, Virginia that had been really elusive, and just recently I found that there are some 1905 New York census records. I looked up some of my ancestors, and found them easily. Apparently there are some problems that still need to be worked out for some of these records, but I find it just so encouraging that there are as many as there are, and that they are so…Continue
Added by Susan Skilton on July 15, 2011 at 9:40pm — No Comments
I write about Frank Boyd, not just because he was my grandfather, but primarily because his family was never known by my father. Frank died in 1960, I was four. Old enough to remember that I had a grandpa. Old enough to remember what he looked like. Old enough to know that we had no relatives from his side of the family.
I write about Frank Boyd because he told that he was from Waycross, GA. I found Frank Boyd in Waycross, GA because he told that he had sister Mary and…Continue
Added by Cheri Boyd on July 15, 2011 at 3:21pm — No Comments
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Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on July 13, 2011 at 4:47am — No Comments
We recently discovered a link between our family and that of a well-researched online family tree on the Ellwood family of Cumbria, England. This has expanded the scope of our Cumbria genealogy research enormously, and we have found many people with Ellwood family members shown in online trees, often with strange anomalies and glaring errors.
We have started an…Continue
Added by Steve Hayes on July 12, 2011 at 6:48pm — No Comments
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on July 11, 2011 at 12:38pm — No Comments
A storyboard is an essential tool for laying out a video or film project to communicate the look of a piece, to show how a story or plot unfolds and to organize the sequence of scenes before any time or money has been spent on studio sets, location shoots or special effects. It serves as a roadmap for producers, directors, casts, crews, animators, audio engineers and post-production editors.
First developed by Disney Studios back in the 1930’s for their early animated films and used…Continue
Added by Stefani Twyford on July 11, 2011 at 10:43am — No Comments
It is truly a Sentimental Sunday, we lost a very dear friend yesterday. He has gone to a better place I am sure.
It hurts so bad it is hard to speak of him even. He was so ready to move on with his adventures. His time here was so very, very long. Our daughter will miss her adopted Grandfather in ways I can yet to even begin to fathom.
This man even affect the grandchildren of our children. I received a call from Upland today to say to his Grandfather,"…Continue
Added by Susi (Susan C Jones) Pentico on July 10, 2011 at 3:41pm — No Comments
Added by Dan Billington, Ancestry Central on July 7, 2011 at 7:01am — No Comments