#36 Go Back: Find a piece of history by taking a piece of advice

The most valuable piece of advice that I received when I was new to the family genealogy research, was to return the search process and review the same documents that I had earlier discovered. Just days ago, I reviewed the information on my ancestors – again – I found new information about my ancestors. MyContinue reading “#36 Go Back: Find a piece of history by taking a piece of advice”

#28 Linking fruit trees to family trees

Growing up in Omaha, Nebraska and Chicago, Illinois, I am used to frequent ribbing about the Midwestern “foreign land.” It was while I was attending Clark College (now CAU, a HBCU) in Atlanta, Georgia, that I first became the subject of great humor about my Midwestern upbringing. It helped that my maiden surname is “Wead”Continue reading “#28 Linking fruit trees to family trees”