Friday, December 4, 2015

Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for December 4, 2015

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My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order)
  1. Growing Little Leaves Blog is MOVING! by Emily Kowalski Schroeder, author of Growing Little Leaves
  2. My Journey of the Certification Process: Entry 2 by Amie Bowser Tennant, author of My Kith N Kin
  3. Mapping Wars...Or Other Events by Schalene Dagutis for Worldwide Genealogy ~ A Genealogical Collaboration
  4. FOLLOW UP ~ Why did Ralph Forsyth jump from a 9th story hotel window to his death? AND EVERNOTE ~ How it keeps my genealogy organized AND ANCESTOR WALL OF PHOTOS ~ It’s finished–Here’s how I did it by Diane Gould Hall, author of MICHIGAN FAMILY TRAILS
  5. Ten Things I Miss About Dad: Remembering John Alzo 1925-2005 by Lisa A. Alzo, author of The Accidental Genealogist
  6. Advent Calendar of Christmas Memories Returns for 2015 by Thomas MacEntee, author of GeneaBloggers
  7. Make An Illustrated Storybook of Ancestors by Nicole Dyer for Family Locket
  8. The Power of Story: Yours, Mine and Ours by Thomas MacEntee for MyHeritage Blog
  9. Tuesday’s Child’s Family Heirlooms: Bomi’s Sewing Stuff by Cathy Meder-Dempsey, author of Opening Doors in Brick Walls
  10. How to Find a Birth Date from Age at Death by Amy Johnson Crow, author of Amy Johnson Crow Blog
  11. Record Selection Tables at FamilySearch Wiki by Pat Richley-Erickson for Worldwide Genealogy ~ A Genealogical Collaboration
  12. Tuesday's Tip: Try, Try Again--New Records Are Always Coming Online! by Marian Burk Wood, author of Climbing My Family Tree
  13. Printing a Book from Google Books by Diane MacLean Boumenot, author of One Rhode Island Family
  14. My first easy attempt at a narrated photo by Becky Jamison, author of Grace and Glory
  15. The Railroad Retirement File for James John McCarry by Patricia O'Donnell Kuhn, author of Touching Family History
  16. Buried Here But Not; How I Played Hide and Seek on Find A Grave by Laura Aanenson, author of where2look4ancestors
  17. What’s your biggest organizing challenge? by Janine Adams, author of Organize Your Family History
  18. New War of 1812 Database Online by Lorine McGinnis Schulze, author of Olive Tree Genealogy
  19. All it took was a little persistence by Michele Simmons Lewis, author of Ancestoring

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10 comments:

  1. Jana, it's an honor to be included in your "finds" and I always learn something from reading what you've singled out for attention!

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

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  2. Thank you Jana. I appreciate your reading my blog and choosing my Heirloom post for your Fab Finds. ~ Cathy

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

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  3. Jana - Thanks for including my segment-ology blog. I write in Plain English for genealogists. It's all about autosomal DNA and how to use it in genealogy. I've been a genealogist since 1974, and atDNA is a great tool. All genealogists should take that test and learn how to use it.

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    1. You're very welcome Jim! I've taken the autosomal DNA test with two different companies. I still have a lot to learn about DNA though. Thanks for stopping by!

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  4. Jana, thank you for including our blog, especially since it is included with all those other great blogs I'll now check out!

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

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  5. Hi Jana,

    Thank you for adding my blog to your Fab Finds - what fun for me! I very much enjoyed checking out the other blogs listed; some great reading on a chilly Minnesota morning. :o)

    Warmest regards,

    Laura Aanenson
    where2look4ancestors.com

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

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