Friday, November 18, 2016

Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for November 18, 2016


Hello wonderful readers! Fab Finds is back! Thank you for your patience while Fab Finds was on hiatus for a few months. I'm happy to tell you that we sold our home and escrow will be closing soon. Now we can enjoy the holidays and spend time with family while we wait for our new home to be completed, which should happen around the end of January 2017.

NOTE: Next week is Thanksgiving here in the United States. Therefore there will not be a Fab Finds post next Friday. Fab Finds will resume on December 2, 2016.

My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order)
  1. The value of the 30×30 challenge by Janine Adams, author of Organize Your Family History
  2. Family History at Thanksgiving! by Risa, author of RestlessRisa
  3. Easy DIY Ancestor Advent Calendar by Jen, author of Genealogy Jen
  4. Becoming an Accredited Genealogist: Levels 2 & 3 Study Group – Session 4, The Oral Review and Ethics Agreement by Diana Elder, author of The Family Locket Blog
  5. My Grandparents’ First U.S. Presidential Election by Katherine R. Willson, author of the Social Media Genealogy Blog
  6. Who Was the First President Your Ancestors Could Vote For? by Dawn Kogutkiewicz, author of Dawning Genealogy
  7. Norway: Three dates of death by Martin Roe Eidhammer, author of Norway Genealogy and then some
  8. Keep Sharing Small Bites! by Melissa Corn Finlay, author of The Finlay Family
  9. HAVE A LOYALIST OR TWO IN THE FAMILY? CHECK UELAC’S DATABASE AND GENEAGEM – REVISITING STEPHEN MORSE’S ONE-STEP WEBPAGES by Linda Stufflebean, author of Empty Branches on the Family Tree
  10. All caught up with this part of the We’re Related APP by Russ Worthington, author of A Worthington Weblog
  11. about a recipe card (free download) by Allison Kimball, author of simple inspiration
  12. Google’s new PhotoScan will Scan Your Photos and Automatically Remove Imperfections, No Scanner Needed by Dick Eastman, author of Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter
  13. DO YOU HAVE MAYFLOWER ANCESTORS? by David Taylor, author of The Family Nexus
  14. A 303-Year-Old Marriage Record Found for My 7th Great-Grandparents by Cathy Meder-Dempsey, author of Opening Doors in Brick Walls
  15. An Accident and a Friendship by Zola Troutman Noble, author of Rattling Old Bones: Writing a Family History

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Thanks for reading!

Jana

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20 comments:

  1. Hi Jana, Thank you for mentioning two of my posts in your Fab Finds list this week. It is much appreciated.

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  2. Yay! Thanks for finding me and calling me Fab!! Love this blog too

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  3. Hi Jana, thanks for mentioning A Genealogist's Path to History in your new blog discoveries. Congrats on your new home in the new year!

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  4. Jana,
    Thank you for finding Beyond the Branches and including it in your Fab New Finds list!

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  5. Hi Jana, Good to see your Fab Finds back. I missed them! Looking forward to more in the future. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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    1. You're very welcome! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family too!

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  6. Jana, thanks so much for the mention this week. Welcome back! ~ Cathy

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    1. You're very welcome and thank you so much Cathy!

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  7. Hi Jana, we're glad you're back! Feel free to check in my blog to see material in particular for Wales. David, UK, http://family-history-exploration.blogspot.co.uk/

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  8. Glad to have you back and congratulations on the selling of your house.

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  9. Jana, thanks for finding and featuring my blog A Day in the Life: genealogical journey!

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