October 1, 2014

Genealogy Comes Naturally To Heirloom Gardeners

Flowering Almond 2007

The Story Behind The Plant In This Photo (continued from Pentimento blog post How To Propagate A Flowering Almond Shrub) The flowering almond above is a ‘child’ of a plant that was already well-established in our yard way back in […]

52 Weeks To Better Genealogy – Challenge #29 – Handwriting

Handwriting Traits In Your Ancestor’s Penmanship After eighteen months of training, I became a Certified Handwriting Analyst through the International Graphoanalysis Society in 1987.  I had always been fascinated by the quirks I could see in other people’s handwriting, and […]

Preserving Past Family Home Locations With Google Street View

1105 Spring Street

Sentimental Sunday If you read the title of this article, it might be a bit misleading in that I was able to get the photo below with just Google. I did use SnagIt (which I LOVE!) too to capture the […]

Our Educated Ancestors

My ancestor’s educational records ran the gamut from none to the unknown.  Most of my father’s generation had high school educations, but many of them weren’t able to go onto college because they lacked the money and in their circles […]

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