The above link is a short post I did some time ago, but it fits in perfectly with this week’s topic of Patent Searches for 52 Weeks To Better Genealogy.Â You may find some amazing new information about your family members that you hadn’t known before.Â Read my article to see where I found patent information.
Another sampling of my previous genealogy posts originally written for my Pentimento blog!
Roane County Tennessee CousinsÂ Some of my family links to Roane County, TN.
Women’s History Month 2007: Joyce Moline Huntley, RNÂ In honor of my aunt Joyce.
Cyndi’s List – U.S. – Vital RecordsÂ Cyndi Howell is the genealogy link diva. This is just one of the thousands of links on her site.
SOS, Missouri – State Archives: Birth and Death RecordsÂ If you are doing any genealogical research in Missouri, this is a must visit site.
Add New Information To Your Family Tree In Just 15 MinutesÂ I bet you can do it!
Geni.com Launches to Create the World’s Family TreeÂ This is not new news now, but still, if you are beginning genealogy right now, this site can be very helpful.
Census Records: What can they tell you?Â Not just names and locations, there is a whole story about your family hidden in a census record.
10 Things to Do at the CemeteryÂ No, not bad things. These are 10 tips to make your visit to a final resting place pay off.
MY TOP 10 PLACES TO FIND GENEALOGICAL INFORMATION ONLINEÂ If you read no other link in this post, read this one!
Advice for Beginning GenealogyÂ Just starting to research your family tree? This is simple advice that will make your quest much easier
IÂ had a nice surprise when I visited Are You In My Photo’s site tonight. One of the photos I posted yesterday was chosen for photo of the day.
I added this particular photo of my dad’s Carrier Aircraft Service Unit 7 because it’s a very clear photo and the men’s names are easily read. Even their rank at the time is noted, as well as the date of Sept. 14, 1944.Â I can only hope that by putting the photo on AYIMP’s site that even more people will be able to view it, and perhaps find a family member.Â Clicking on the smaller photo below will take you to the full-sized photo.
I am pretty sure this photo was taken in Hawaii, but I could be wrong. Dad’s group ended up on New Calendonia servicing planes from the carriers that were fighting the Japanese in the South Pacific. It was on that island that Dad strapped Admiral “Bull” Halsey into his parachute. I don’t have a photo of that, but I did find one in the Library of Congress archives that shows Halsey, Eleanor Roosevelt and another man (Harmon) in front of a plane in New Calendonia.
Harmon, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Admiral Bill Halsey