Two Become One

I merged the two trees together, so there is now only one tree on the website. It's much easier to search and browse now. I logged back into Ancestry and found some new things that they have implemented. I'm really impressed with their "Personal Tree" option. What you do, like a lot of other … [Read more...]

Create your own family website

I ran across this via Lifehacker. It looks to be a website that allows you to create a "family website" including family trees, photos, calendar, and maps. It's called JotSpot Family Site. Use our quick family tree builder to see all the family generations at a glance. Never forget the names of … [Read more...]

Springtime

Well, it's springtime (though snow is on the ground as I type) and it looks like its time to get some of those headstone photos that are needed. I have noted a bunch of them in the local area that I can hunt down. There are some farther away, such as in the northern tip of Wisconsin, but those can … [Read more...]

East Coast Researchers

I've been doing a lot more research on the east coast states, mainly Virginia, Delaware (Hi, we're in..Delaware), Maryland, etc and it's not as easy as I had assumed it would be. I say this because I had assumed there were a lot more records since those states have been around the longest. I've been … [Read more...]

US Gen Web

If you're stuck on an ancestor, try checking out the USGenWeb sites. I have found some very helpful information using these sites along with my other normal sites. Most of the time, they can give you very helpful information on a certain county. Some sites have tons of information available, and … [Read more...]

Interesting Links

Here are some interesting genealogy links for today. I'll try to do this every few days. Celebrity Family Trees - Great selection of celebrity trees. This is how I found that that I'm probably connected to Robert Goulet. Oooh. National Geograhic's Genographic Project - A great site on the … [Read more...]