New Article! Part 1: How do I find my ancestor’s cemetery? #genealogy Photo: The grave of Anderson Chick (1860-1903) and Elena Coleman Chick (1860-1933), Seekwell Baptist Church in Maybinton, South Carolina
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No this post dod made it point. Like went you are trying something new that make you an amateur and it is an amateur who built the ark that float. Professional can always make mistakes like those guys who built the Titanic.
10 Fascinating Things About My Ancestors That Make Me Proud
My ancestors did some amazing things, and yours probably did, too. Here are 10 things about my ancestors that make me proud.
"How do I find my ancestor's death date?" is one of the most common questions I hear. And, why not? Death Certificates are a fairly modern occurrence, but most of our ancestors did not live in a time period when death certificates were generated. Fortunately, as researchers we can determine an ancestor's date of death using other resources.
Nidaros Cathedral, Trondheim: the rose window... my ancestors built this church. It is the state church and coronation church of Norway. I've spent hundreds of hours sitting quietly in this beautiful cathedral <3