Monthly Archives: July 2014

Tips for Finding Your Elusive Ancestor

In the years I’ve been doing lineage research, for my own family tree and professionally for clients, the organization of documents, photos, records and strategy for searching for ancestors has been key to filling in the leaves on family trees. … Continue reading

Now What?

So you’ve decided you’d like to learn a little more about your family’s heritage – now what? You know the names, dates and birth places of your immediate family plus some aunts and uncles – and you’ve found the time … Continue reading

Getting to Know Your Ancestors

Researching Patterns and Cycles. Studying family ancestry is like studying the rings of a tree, and like a family tree, it shows pattern and cycles. The re-occurrence of occupation, the decision for relocation and putting down roots can be patterns … Continue reading