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The Art of the Search
If you are interested to learn about my journey in researching my family history please see the Family History section.
Maybe you are a fellow researcher? Please examine the family tree which I have posted.
You might be interested in stories and information about my ancestors in the People section. Family history is more than names and dates.
Check out the Recipes section! Feel free to try our favourites and give us some feedback!
Maybe you are the person who will solve some of the mysteries that baffle me? Check out my Mystery section and leave me your comments!
Are you viewing the site and see that I need to make some Corrections or Changes? Please help my project and let me know how to improve the accuracy. Contact me.
Growing up I was surrounded by an extended family and I always loved attending family events. My parents taught me to call all of the older generations 'Aunt' and 'Uncle' as a sign of respect. Admittedly this kept things simple but it also kept my real relationship to each of them a mystery to me.
Early Days of the Hunt
In the beginning I had no idea how to perform genealogy. My mother recorded her findings old-school, on paper. The paper was then put into folders and boxes along with photos and articles. When I took over the hunt I thought I was doing an amazing job by simply buying a genealogy computer program and pounding the information she supplied in.