«For the 33rd week of this challenge, I used the optional weekly theme (Defective, Dependent, & Delinquent) to feature a distant cousin of mine, Philorome Desgroseilliers.»
What are the grandparent nicknames in your family? How do they compare to other traditional, trendy and international grandmother and grandfather nicknames?
Blog for those who are interested in Czech genealogy, who have ancestors in Bohemia, Moravia and Silesia.
For the 32nd week of this challenge, I used the optional weekly theme (32) to write about one of my 32 3rd great-grandparents, Pierre Janvry dit Belair (1772-1848).
«More and more people are blogging about their family history.»
«This is the second post in a series of short articles intended to improve the ability for you to find interesting stories and facts about your ancestors in old newspapers.»
Vote for your favourite Canadian genealogy websites on Canada’s Anglo-Celtic Connections.
Archivists tell us to store precious documents and photos in conditions with stable temperature and humidity.
The typical genealogist uses Amazon as a source for purchasing genealogy books, software and even gift items.
For the 31st week of this challenge, I used the optional weekly theme (Easy) to write about my husband’s maternal great-grandfather, Wasyl W. Cazakoff.
«We have the feeling that a short 40 km drive through France to the Departmental Archives of Haute-Savoie in Annecy would be very pleasant for us and helpful to you»
For the 28th week of this challenge, I used the optional weekly theme (Road Trip) to describe the journey my mother and her family made when they moved from Quebec to Ontario when she was a young child.
A few months ago, I wrote about my maternal ancestor Marthe Quitel (ca 1638-1722) in 52 Ancestors: #40 Marthe Quitel, a Calvinist fille du roi.
When Lisa blogged recently about Google Earth’s 10th birthday, it reminded me of something on my family history “to do” list.
This Friday (July 17) marks the 110th anniversary of Délia Janvry dit Belair’s first marriage. She was my paternal grandfather Fred Belair’s elder sister.
Thanks to Gail Dever of Genealogy à la Carte for bringing to her readers’ attention last week the 350th anniversary of the arrival of the Carignan-Salières regiment in New France
The problem is when we allow our passion for doing genealogy correctly to overshadow our passion for doing genealogy.
For the 23rd week of this challenge, I used the optional weekly theme (Wedding) and choseAnne Jousselot (ca 1659-1743).
Her personal blog, OF TREES & INK, is described as, “where I share and preserve my own family stories and research experiences.”