|Gradually my other website information will be entered here. You can search my older "Somewhere in Time" website, this website and my blogs by using FreeFinds Site Search above.
To search my genealogy use the links provided
|Blogs||This is a list of blogs that I have authored.
Renee's Genealogy Blog (new)
Renee's Genealogy Blog (old) 19 Sep 2005 - 8 June 2007
Renee's Class Notes
Harrisena - Somewhere in Time
|Books||Brayton Family History Vol. I, by Clifford Ross Brayton, Jr. 1978
Brayton Family History Vol. II, by Clifford Ross Brayton, Jr. 1982
Harrisena, a settlement near Lake George, New York 1775-1985 by H. Russell Harris
Moses of the Barkeaters by Philip J. Harris
|Christmas Card||The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2012
The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2011
The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2010
The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2009
The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2008
The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2007
The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2006
The Zamora Family Christmas Card 2005
|Dedicated Too...||My pages dedicated to individuals and events.|
|Domain Name Address||www.harrisena.com|
|Family Group Sheet||Share your information by Family Group Sheet.
This webpage generated form will be sent to Renee Zamora by email. I protect living individuals information.
|Family History Consultant Training||The Church has requested that each Family History Consultant register for Family History Consultant Training. You will need your membership number and ward unit number in order to complete this process. You then will receive: 1. Access to online training courses 2. Early access to new systems as they become available. 3. A periodic e-mail with helpful tips and family history updates|
|Family History Sharing Ideas||You can use these sites if you are a family history consultant, preparing for a family history orientated talk, or just wanting to learn more about doing temple work.
Center for Family History and Genealogy at BYU
Family Genealogy and History Internet Education Directory
Family History Consultants by Alan Jones.
Family History Library Bookmarks
LDS Family History Consultant Page by Ohana Software.
|Family Prophecies||The Harris Family enjoys making Family Prophecies. Here are some of our recent prophecies.|
|FamilySearch.org Articles||Many new and exciting things are happening to FamilySearch.org. Here is a link to all of Renee's Genealogy Blog articles regarding the Family Tree portion of "new FamilySearch" NFS and other news-worthy items leading to its development.|
|Family Tree Articles||After the completion of Family Tree Beta 1 (2006) the LDS Church renamed this "new FamilySearch" NFS. I have compiled all articles under FamilySearch.org Articles.|
|Genealogy||I've noticed that some visitors to my website type a relatives name into my search engine. I decided to place this combined file of my genealogy on my website so the search engine will pick it up. If you want a current copy of my genealogy please visit my databases on the RootsWeb links below.|
|Renee (Harris) Zamora's Genealogy Search Engine on Rootsweb
This genealogy contains the combined files of all my genealogy. I am working on the Harris, Miller, Jenkins, Brayton, Weatherwax, Bentley and Zamora/Zamaro lines. You will see my relationship codes to the individuals in my records under Reference Number. (H3C4R stands for Harris third cousin four times removed.) If you are a distant cousin I would like to hear from you and add your family tree to mine. Corrections, Additions & Comments Welcomed.
|Genealogy Forms||I find these forms very useful for doing my genealogy. I will be adding more free forms here.
Research Form& Phone Interview Form by Susan D. Slade Grossl.
Census Tools a great website that offers free genealogy spreadsheets and PDFs.
|Genealogy Links||Renee's Favorite Genealogy Links|
|Harrisena, a settlement near Lake George, New York 1775-1985
||The book "Harrisena" in PDF format. H. Russell Harris brings to these pages the lore and learning of more than eighty years in his beloved Harrisena, a fertile valley in the foothills of the Adirondacks. His ancestors settled there as the American Revolution drew to a close, and the tales and traditions of those days and of succeeding generations are here recalled. Special thanks to the Glens Falls-Queensbury Historical Association and Chapman Museum for granting permission for the PDF version of this book on my website.
This is a large file and will take a while to download.
|Life History Project||Many family members participated in recording their Life History. Created in 2004|
|Miller Genealogy||Miller Genealogy (TreePad version)|
|Moses of the Barkeaters||Book written by Philip J. Harris, about our Ancestor Moses Harris, Jr., Patriot Spy.|
|Near Death Experience||The Near Death Experience of Renee M. Zamora|
|"new FamilySearch" (NFS)||See FamilySearch.org Articles.|
|Our Family Genealogy||Genealogy of the Harris, Miller, Weatherwax & Zamora Families|
|Our Family History||This was my first website, gives information on our Family History.|
|Our Family Scrapbook||Contains Photographs of the Harris & Weatherwax Family.|
|Our Favorite Recipes||Contains our Favorite Recipes, mainly from Alice Weatherwax Harris.|
|Photographs||Photographs of the Harris, Miller, Weatherwax and Zamora Families. If you can add any photographs to this collection contact Renee Zamora by email.|
|Renee's Genealogy Blog (new)||To watch Renee's genealogy road of progress. You will find my areas of current research, findings, articles written, updates, and other items of interest. Atom Feed of Renee's Genealogy Blog.
Renee's Genealogy Blog
The old version of Renee's Genealogy Blog is no longer maintained. Since the creation of the new blog ( 7 June 2007) my personal hosting of the archives in no longer necessary.
|Renee M. Zamora||Information on Renee M. Zamora, Near Death Experience and Weight Loss.|
|Somewhere in Time (older)||This is the older version of my website, Somewhere in Time|
|Tiny url for this site||http://tinyurl.com/c7yrb|
|Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group||The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group (UVTAGG) Your Source for Technology Help in Family History. The Utah Valley Technology and Genealogy Group is a grass-roots, non-profit, tax-exempt educational organization. It is devoted to fostering the use of technology for family history. Renee is currently the secretary for the group.|