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Genealogy work is real work.
I’m sorry I’ve been away from my blog for awhile. It’s been tough trying to maintain my household, 2 part time jobs (that I need because my genealogy work isn’t paying the bills) and surviving the job of being mom … Continue reading
Posted in genealogy, Uncategorized Tagged ancestors, decades, family, family history, genealogy, important, jobs, love, research, work 5 Comments
Genetics- When your children are so different than you are!
Our adopted sons are SO different than us! Ok, so we’re at that phase in our life when we have a 16 and 20 year old son. That, in itself, is a tough time! Our boys are adopted. They … Continue reading
Posted in genealogy, Uncategorized Tagged adoption, ancestors, children, family, family history, genealogy, Italian, Jewish, love 5 Comments
Private Client Work
Private Client Work-Good and Bad For many years, the only kind of genealogical work I wanted to do was private client work. That’s where I’m hired by an individual to research a specific question they have about their family history, … Continue reading
Posted in genealogy, Uncategorized Tagged archives, Constitution, databases, expectations, family, family history, genealogy, informatio, interesting, money, report, research, secrets, U.S., wedlock 3 Comments
How do you make money with genealogy?
Aspects of Genealogy You can make money working as a family historian or a professional genealogist. There are many different ways to earn some money doing what you love. Granted, from my experience, there are not a lot of genealogists … Continue reading
Posted in genealogy, Uncategorized Tagged ancestors, archives, blog, conferences, documents, family, family history, genealogy, lecturers, love, research, teach, transcribe, translate, travel, volunteer, writers 2 Comments
Today is my anniversary!
It’s been 32 years! 1984….that can’t be true! Wow, how does this happen? How do decades go by and children grow up and yet we still feel the same? My interest in genealogy began shorty before we married. … Continue reading
Posted in Uncategorized Tagged 1979, 1984, academic, ancestors, anniversary, family, family history, handsome, high school, Italian, Italy, jock, love, nerd, research, Toronto Leave a comment
Family Stories Should be Written Down!
When you hear a family story told, remember to write it down. Family stories are very important for many reasons. It keeps family history alive. Most people were illiterate in the distant past. There were no cell phones, cameras, computers or … Continue reading
Posted in genealogy, Uncategorized Tagged ancestors, children, family, family history, genealogy, German, history, Italy, labour camp, scotland, stories, village, World War II 1 Comment
A-Z Challenge- Surnames
Forgive the early entry but can’t do a post tomorrow! LETTER C SURNAME- CURGENVEN Curgenven is a very rare and strange surname. It’s probably true that ALL CURGENVEN’s are related. It appears to have been invented by the Rev. Thomas … Continue reading
Posted in April 2016- A-Z Challenge Tagged ancestors, Ball, cemetery, cornwall, Curgenven, Dunn, family history, genealogy, Lelant, St. Symphorian, Veryan 3 Comments
Family History in 5 photos- Day 2
This is a hard one for me. I’m including 2 photos here because of that. My husband’s great grandfather was JOHN QUARTZ MOORE born in 1883 in County Down, Ireland. He married ROSEANNA FERGUSON in Belfast on October 10, 1906. … Continue reading
Posted in Ancestors who left an impression Tagged baker, Belfast, children, clues, County Down, family history, France, Ireland, killed, Toronto, widow, will, WWI Leave a comment