Here I share my tips on tracing your family history through both free and paid sources, including Ancestry.com and how to organize the information that you find.
Very funny but true story of my life with a Gypsy. It never gets boring!
My parents were two of the most generous people you could ever hope to meet. During their lives, mom and dad sacrificed so much for the well-being of me and four other siblings. This article recalls how generous my...
John of Gaunt and Katherine Swynford can count many of Europe’s royal persons among their descendants, as well as some American presidents. John and Kate are also my 18th great-grandparents (though I’m not royal or...
Why do we have names? Could we do without them and if we did what would we call ourselves. If we have to have names, what on earth to we call our children and why?
See photos and learn what Wisconsin country life was like for my family in the 1950's.
Genealogy is a rewarding and addictive hobby. Share my genealogy journey and learn how to start your family tree.
The recent liberalization of Ireland's economy has resulted in a demand for more labor which has made Ireland attractive to immigrants seeking a better life. With both India and Ireland being English speaking nations...
Gypsies are always given a bad name, but trust me when I say you can't be farther from the truth! Here is my story. Nell Rose
Your family history is unique and should be documented. You don't need to be a professional genealogist to get started. Learn as you go. The tips here will help you get started.