Category Archives for "genealogy"
Anyone who starts researching their family tree will eventually run into a mysterious ancestor. One that seemed to appear out of no where, just to drive you crazy.My 2nd Great Grandfather Frederick Robichaud was my big challenge. He seamed to have appeared in the 1891 census married to Elizabeth Gallant with 4 children, with no links to the past. His […]Continue reading
I don’t normally make new years resolutions. However it is nice to take some time to think about your plans for the coming year.I started working on my family tree 20ish years ago, then put my research on hold 11 years ago and finally restarted this past fall. With the new wealth of records online I have […]Continue reading
My journey to the past isn’t something that would be pictured in a science fiction book or movie. It is a journey of tracing my ancestors one step at a time. When I was a little girl I loved history. I loved to read about times past and far away places. I was equally curious about my family’s history. […]Continue reading
I would love to hear from anyone who’s researched family in Sweden. One of my Great Grandfathers, Oscar Anderson was from Sweden. He died in New Brunswick, Canada shortly after WW1 when his children were very young. I will be posting more about Oscar soon. I would love to hear what your favorite Swedish resources are. Books, […]Continue reading
This weeks challenge in the 52 Weeks To Better Genealogy is what genealogy gifts you would like for Christmas.Well since I’ve just restarted my family search this past year, there are quite a few things on my wish list. Although things are tight and these will likely be spread out over a few years. Local history books for New […]Continue reading