Every generation has their defining moment, that one event that is so earth-shatteringly extraordinary that it splits time into “before” and “after”. Its the rare moment in which you know that you are witnessing history. The moment that forever after begs the question “where...Read More
Today is the 63rd anniversary of my parents marriage. This was taken shortly after their wedding in front of their first apartment in Stillwater, OK. This photo is from the album my mother created documenting the first 9 years of their marriage. The ninth year my twin sisters...Read More
I always enjoy researching my Haworth line. Fortunately for me, the Haworths were Quakers (Society of Friends) which means they left many interesting records behind. One of the first places to look for those records would be the Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy by...Read More
You’ve heard of “fan fiction”? Well this is “fam” fiction! As a genealogist I’m already pre-disposed to love a good mystery. Call it an occupational hazard. I suspect I’m not alone in this regard. So I thought I’d put on my librarian hat and offer a few book reviews of novels that might appeal to family historians. If you have any suggestions for books I should review please leave a comment!
I am so honored to be chosen again to be an Official RootsTech Blogger! This fantastic conference takes place Feb. 6 – 8, 2014 in Salt Lake City. Right now you can still get in on the early-bird registration price of $159 (regular $239).