Friday, October 17, 2014

Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for October 17, 2014


My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order)
  1. Redefine Family History Goals for Youth by Devon Lee, author of A Patient Genealogist
  2. I Share DNA with my Adopted Son by Becky Jamison, author of Grace and Glory
  3. New Category: LDS Blogs by Thomas MacEntee, author of GeneaBloggers
  4. 12 Keys to Analyzing the Vitals Section of Historic Newspapers by Kenneth R. Marks, author of THE ANCESTOR HUNT
  5. Naming Relationships by Nancy Messier, author of My Ancestors and Me
  6. Making my Ancestry tree public by Janine Adams, author of Organize Your Family History
  7. Snake Stories by Michelle Ganus Taggart, author of A Southern Sleuth
  8. What Teaching First Graders Has Taught Me About Genealogy by Elyse Doerflinger, author of Elyse's Genealogy Blog
  9. GOOGLE EARTH FOR GENEALOGY AND HISTORICAL MAPS  by Linda S., author of Empty Branches on the Family Tree
  10. Treasure Chest Thursday: Hazel's Quilt by Susan W. Mosey, author of Pages from the Ancestry Binders
  11. Wordless Wednesday ~ Grandfather Out West AND Grandfather Out West ~ Photos #2 by Elizabeth Handler, author of From Maine to Kentucky
  12. WHAT DOES GINI WEBB HAVE IN COMMON WITH HER FAMILY? by Rachael Rifkin, author of Life Stories Today
  13. Creative Ways to Get Your Kids Excited About Family History Month – Part Two by Jessica Murray for Ancestry.com Blog
  14. Enter Our Family History Month Sweepstakes: You Could Win a Genealogy Shopping Spree! by Diane Haddad – Genealogy Insider for Family Tree Magazine Blog
  15. Free access to federal legal materials AND Lessons from the lectern by Judy G. Russell, author of The Legal Genealogist
  16. Estado de Mexico (Mexico State), Mexico Online Genealogy Resources by Moises Garza, author of Mexican Genealogy
  17. Ancestors of Oatmeal Cookies: Oatcakes by Vera Marie Badertscher, author of Ancestors in Aprons
  18. Acquiring Information from a Relative by Claire V Brisson-Banks, author of Budding Genealogists
  19. One Old Postcard by Karen Miller Bennett, author of Karen's Chatt
  20. An "Opalotype" of Everett and Ruth Carpenter -- Friday Fotos (October 17, 2014) by John D. Tew, author of Filiopietism Prism

The 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks Challenge by Amy Johnson Crow, author of No Story Too Small -

This week's "May I Introduce To You" Interview

New Blog Discoveries

In Case You Missed Them….My Contributions to the Blogosphere This Week

Jana's Genealogy and Family History Blog
Grandpa's Postcards
Jana's Place

Thanks for reading!


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22 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for including my blog, Jana! Have a great weekend.

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  2. Thanks so much Jana. I know it takes time to pull all this together, and I'll forgive you for providing me with a whole lot of distraction for this Friday when I should be writing and researching! Seriously, though, thanks for including the Scottish oatcakes from Ancestors in Aprons.

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  3. Thanks Jana, great finds, will keep us busy over the weekend.

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    1. You're very welcome Wills! And thank you for stopping by!

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  4. Thank you for including my post, Jana, and for highlighting the others, too.

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  5. Thank you so much for including my blog too Jana.

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  6. Jana -- Thank you very much for the mention of my opalotype post. Much appreciated!

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  7. Great finds Jana, as always! Thanks for taking the time to pull them together every week!

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  8. Jana, you always find such interesting and helpful posts. Thank you!

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  9. Thanks for including my blog and for introducing me to lots of other great blogs!

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  10. Thanks for including my blog. Have a great week.

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  11. Thanks Jana, great finds, will keep us busy this weekend

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    1. You're very welcome! Thanks for stopping by!

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