Category Archive: Tools and Information

Dec 15

Upgrade Blues

Well, this was supposed to be the last upgrade to WordPress I ‘d ever have to do by hand.  I just noticed that a BUNCH of my photos are no longer attached to their posts.  CRAP. Give me time, I figure it out.  In the meantime, please contact me from the link, or by a …

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Nov 22

Belle’s Box – 65

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This entry is part 67 of 342 in the series Belle's Box

This entry is part 67 of 342 in the series Belle’s BoxRead about this series of posts, regarding items in a box originally owned by Belle (Lamunion) Fellows Tinker here. The cast of characters is located here. And, there is an accounting of people about whom I have little information here. KISS ME KID AND …

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Nov 03

A Milestone!

The Oakland County (Michigan) Genealogical Society, of which I am treasurer, just finished a new publication. This compilation of gravestone readings from a large Pontiac, Michigan cemetery contains 17,000+ burials. You could hear Jo’s sigh of relief 20 miles away when the work was sent to the printer. Seriously, this is a huge accomplishment. The …

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Sep 24

Cute Red and Green Visitor

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A visitor arrived today. It is rumored that he was sent by Terry Thornton, of Hill Country. This cute little gnome arrived for just a short visit, to thank me for participating in Terry’s “Getting to Know You” challenge. I hear his has a lot more visits to make, so, I gave him hot chocolate, …

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Sep 24

Getting to Know Me, Getting to Know Granny’s Genealogy

This post is a response to Terry’s challenge. I’ve read quite a few, and I sure like the idea, and the results! About me, I’m Pam. I am a person you might dread, a complex mix of radically different thoughts and ideas: a paradox in a tee shirt. I write because it is possible to …

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May 07

Genealogy Blogs

Where are they? What are they? Are they useful? Read a little here on Cyndi’s list. Here is a small sample: Read the blogs written by Geneabloggers. There are tons more, some fun, some more like research diaries, and many informative blogs which describe library holdings, research techniques, or history of a certain area. Google …

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