Jana:Thanks for the tip on RootsMapper! I had never heard of it and it is a neat tool. Makes very useful graphics and also makes you check your records to ensure the information is correct!. . . . Del
Hi Delbert,You're very welcome! I'm glad you enjoyed RootsMapper. It is a fun and useful website. Thanks for stopping by!
Having lived in Guatemala I find your ancesters features very similar to the people of that area. When living there you can sometimes tell what ethnic background people have by looking at them. Mayan is a very broad term encompassing many different communities today. It certainly would be very interesting to discover this family history.
Hi Susan,Wow! You lived in Guatemala? That's very cool! Thank you for stopping by!
Hi Jana,Can I just say I was wowed by your blog! Being fairly new to the blogging world, it's been a real learning experience. One of my favorite things to do is visit other blogs for good stories and ideas. Your site is so well organized and such an interesting read. It's given me a slew of ideas for improving my own site, www.ancestorsleuthhound.com. Your signatures tab is very clever and I loved loved loved the story about your great-grandfather the dentist. Those are the kinds of relatives we bloggers can only hope to discover. Thanks for sharing your roots!David Walton
Hi David,Thank you so very much for your wonderfully kind comments!! I'm very flattered that you enjoyed reading my blog!
I am so glad I happened upon your blog. I found some inspiration for mine!Barnwoodandtulips.blogspot.com
Hi Amyanne,I'm so glad you stopped by! And thank you for your very kind words. I checked out your fun blog. It's great! And I love your header photos too. Great blog title, by the way. =)
Hello Jana, Have you noticed or know anything going on with Blog site not showing posts before 2011? They show on my home page but not in the blog post list? I was wondering of its something I dont know about.Thanks. Betty
Hi Betty,I haven't noticed this problem with my blog. And I'm sorry I don't know the answer to your question. Perhaps a call or email to the blog host company may help fix the problem? Hopefully they'll be able to resolve your problem. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
Thank for noticing my blog, Jana. I may not be a frequent poster, but I am passionate about what I do, which is to teach Japanese Americans how to find their roots. Sincerely, Linda
You're very welcome for listing your blog in my Fab Finds post Linda!
Thank you for the wonderful family history blog! It is very inspiring! I am new to the world of blogging and am looking to start a blog of my own on quilting, but I too have a passion for family history, so I look forward to following your blog!
Thank you so much for your very kind comments about my blog Joleen!
HI Jana, just wanted to say a great body of work and some great sources. I am starting out on the family research and this framework is very easy to follow.thanksNoel Wilson ( Ireland)
Thank you so much Noel! Good luck on your family history research.
Hello Jana,Luther Waterman was my 5th Great Grandfather. Phebe married my 4th Great Grandfather, Nathaniel Pierce. I can shed some light on the family from there. The Pierce family is huge and it is only half accurately listed. Half of it was hidden as it would have been quite a scandal in its day.sinnocence @ me dot com