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Census Sunday – Another Example of my Tangled Tree

It wasn’t until I took a good look at this 1920 census for District 51, Anaheim, California that included my third great grandparents’ on my maternal side that I realized another tangled branch on my tree.  Gerhard & Helena Siefken … Continue reading

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Wisdom Wednesday – Help! My Family Tree is out of Control

I am determined to clean up my ancestry tree this year.  Currently it has 6,932 people and 8,951 hints.  It is driving me crazy.  The problem is that I have so many branches connected to it and I can’t decide; a) … Continue reading

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Motivation Monday – Working on someone else’s family tree

Sometimes I get bogged down in the branches of my cumbersome family tree.  I am way past the easy swinging from branch to branch that often happens at the beginning; where you find your grandparents and from there just start … Continue reading

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Genealogy organization – where do I begin again?

I spent the past two weeks catching up on all the end-of-the-year bookkeeping for my husband’s donut shop so that I could get back to focusing on my genealogy addiction.  I finished this morning and now my mind turns to … Continue reading

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Ancestry.com review

I guess if I am going to review websites and records I should review the website I use the most for genealogy research – Ancestry.com. I have used this site for years and they are continually adding new repositories. It … Continue reading

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