GeneaChat: A“May”zing Ancestors – Recap-What are Y’all Saying?



GeneaChat May 2018- A “May”zing Ancestors-Telling Their Stories- Recap-What are Y’all Saying?

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This month we have been sharing the stories of our ancestors. We all have stories that have been past down through the generations that need to be preserved or those we have found through our research that need to be shared.

So, what did y’all have to say?

Terri O’Connell from the blog Finding Our Ancestors shares her post “Keeping Family Stores Alive”. In her post, Terri shares a story of a name change in one of her family lines.

Tips for getting those stories from our ancestors can be found on “Tuesday’s Tips- Getting’ By with Help From Our Friends” guest post from Laura Hedgecock. Laura specializes in telling stories and give great ideas.

On her blog,  My Family Stories, Jeanne Bryan Insalaco shares "Family Stories...Dear Uncle Leroy".

Thanks to everyone who took the time to share a link or comment about the stores in their family tree.

It’s never too late to be part of the fun. If you missed the original post, here’s where to find it: GeneaChat: A“May”zing Ancestors-Telling Their Stories.

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We’d love to hear from you!

Until next time.
Thanks for being a part of GeneaChat!

Cheri


Cheri Hudson Passey

About Cheri Hudson Passey

Cheri Hudson Passey is a Professional Genealogist, Instructor, Writer and Speaker. She is the owner of Carolina Girl Genealogy, LLC which provides research services as well as instruction and coaching though her Genealogy 1-on-1 classes. Born in South Carolina, Cheri has roots in the state for many generations. Her blog Carolina Girl Genealogy has helped tell the story of these ancestors and her research process. You can contact Cheri by email Cheri@carolinagirlgenealogy.com or by visiting her blog Carolina Girl Genealogy. Cheri Hudson Passey writes the Modus Operandi column for Going In-Depth Magazine.

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