The following is a listing of blogs and articles I have written that pertain to my family tree research.
I love to write and I love genealogy, so naturally at times the two go hand in hand. I will update this page with new links from my blogs and article writings as I can.
NEW!!!! - Read The Waldspurger Family - A Story in Words and Pictures, my first family tree book.
A love that lasted - The story of my father's parents
Father's Day Tribute - Family photographs throughout the years that show different fathers with their children
How to get started researching your family tree - a good reference point to help you get started if you are at a lost where to begin researching your genealogical history
Sourcing Genealogical Information - helpful hints and tips on sourcing information that is used in family tree research
Old family photographs can be a treasure trove of wealth - Tips on how to use old photographs in your research
Brick walls are an inevitable part of any research - tips on how to overcome some of the brick walls in genealogy
Finding the Family Skeletons - a discussion on the black sheep in the family tree
Ancestry.com and Family Tree Maker 2012 - a semi-review on these two products
The Big Project: The Abinah Wood Descendant Project - my big genealogy project that I am working on.
Take Time to Ask Questions - Tips on carrying on a discussion with older family members
Sometimes a little variety is needed - How using one site alone for genealogical research can hinder your research
Pets are family too! - A discussion about how researching pets can open up a flood of other memories
RAOGK - Good for the mind, body and soul - A blog encouraging all to find a way to become volunteers and help others in genealogical purposes.
The Hatfield Train Wreck of 1900 - Article on HubPages pertaining to the Hatfield train wreck in Hatfield, Pennsylvania of September 1900
The Aftermath of the Hatfield Train Wreck of 1900 - Another article on HubPages that pertains to the trials of those accused for negligence in the Hatfield train wreck of 1900.
The Hays Guards: The Story of Company K of the Sixty Third Pennsylvania Volunteers - Six-part article on HubPages that tells the story of the Civil War regiment PA 63rd, Company K
Boiled Alive: The 1937 Explosion Aboard the USS Cassin - Article on HubPages I wrote pertaining to the explosion aboard the USS Cassin in Philadelphia in August of 1937
Last updated 26 June 2012 by Kelley Wood-Davis