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Saturday, April 1, 2017
I wasn't going to join in the #A-Z Challenge but I will try it for this blog, on Genealogy. I just thought, Genealogy isn't that big of a draw to the average blogger, unless you are LDS or really into Genealogy, plus who could possibly be interested in mine?
I started getting interested in Genealogy when my parents passed in 2007/2008. I was mildly intrigued before, but with their deaths, I felt I had to better get things figured out. Fortunately my mom had done it the old fashion way - with family bibles.
I NEEDED to go deeper. Thank God for Ancestry.com. I really got bit by the Genealogy bug and I haven't recovered since.
I consider myself at the intermediate level. I still have so much to learn and the learning curve gets steeper (or maybe I get dumber)
Thanks for dropping by. I really do appreciate it.
Where did you find most of your family records? What are your favorite genealogy websites?
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- Stay at home Mom to 1 dog and 2 cats. I am the "big sister" in the photo. My baby sister, passed away unexpectedly, Sept. 2015 at the young age of 56. I miss her terribly. Everyone in my childhood family has now passed. I have 3 sons. My oldest son died in 2003 at the age of 25. I am not LDS. I do enjoy History and GENEALOGY has become my hobby and my passion.