This week's Roundup features a time capsule, a merry cemetery, an inspiring Black History Month video from Cameron Boyce, #WDYTYA news, and lots more!
This week, take a peek into a new book on Pharrell Williams, get news about Jim Parsons, and discover the delights and perils of navigating New York City with a guidebook from 1899.
Best-Selling Author Lisa See offers valuable Chinese-American genealogy resource, the physicist building a time machine, Bradley Cooper's family history of cooking, and much more . . .
In Search of Our Ancestors, a collection of true stories which offers an inspirational look at the rewards of family history, is available as an ebook on Amazon now!
In Search of Our Ancestors available as an ebook, painful truths uncovered on Who Do You Think You Are?, Top 5 signs your ancestors were geniuses at beating the heat, and much more . . .
To me, the heart and soul of genealogy is uncovering and learning the stories of our ancestors. It's about them, but if your end goal is name collecting or name dropping, you're making it all about you. Should the success of the Global Family Renuion allow the luxury of a recurring event, wouldn't it be wonderful if our ancestors could take center stage?
Continuing the 15th anniversary celebration of the Seton Shields Genealogical Grants program, Megan is sharing thank you notes received over the years from recipients. This is a look back at Ms. C's Class.
I count myself lucky to still have a hero in Loretto "Lou" Szucs, and I'm far from alone. Within the genealogical world, Lou is loved and respected by all and has been for decades.