Helen Spear Youngblood wrote her post for Worldwide Genealogy this week. She wrote a timeline of her own life. She pulled in events like meeting President Eisenhower and attending school in the Brown vs. Board of Education era and the Civil Rights Movement. I do timelines on family/ancestors to help put things in perspective but never thought to do one for myself. What a great idea!
It is through genealogy that I have learned so much history in general. Dana Stewart Leeds, in her 52 Ancestors’ post titled “Henry Bennett: A Settler of Kansas Territory,” offers a nice history concerning
while she writes
of her 3x great grandfather. Really is a great read! Kansas
From time to time we all come across a person with a colorful past. Susan Wallin Mosey discovered such a character in George Washington Coomes. She does an excellent job both in the writing of the post as well s the headline, which I have to admit, is what roped me in! You can read “Justifiable Homicide” at Family History Daily.
My New Follows at Twitter:
- @empalmr - Professional genealogist and family history researcher. Gravestone symbolism student!
- @DACGenealogy - Professional genealogist
- @DjoshuaTaylor - Genealogy Roadshow on PBS
Genealogy Facebook Pages I've "Liked":
This week I stumbled across the Delaware County Historical Association, NY page while researching hubby’s Deyoe and Sharp lines up in Greene and
- Facebook: personal, Genealogical Gems, Eckman Family Page
- Google+: https://plus.google.com/u/0/+JeanneRuczhakEckman/posts
- Linked In: www.linkedin.com/pub/jeanne-ruczhak-eckman/31/616/1b9
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- Twitter is @GenealogicalGem
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