The In-Depth Genealogist is pleased to present their newest book in the research series by writer, Jacqueline Gamble entitled “A Genealogist’s Guide to Boston, Massachusetts”. The book is a great resource for genealogists who plan on researching in this geographic area. Approximately 12 million people from all over the world visit Boston every year to take in its beautiful harbor, […]
July 22, 2014 – Chicago, Illinois. Jennifer Holik announces the release of two of her latest books. The Tiger’s Widow the second book in the Stories of the Lost series. And, Stories from the Battlefield: A Beginning Guide to World War II Research. The Tiger’s Widow Synopsis: Love knows no boundaries of time and space or life and death. It […]
In addition to being a genealogist, like you, in “real life” I wear multiple hats. One of those hats is as a member of the P.E.O. Sisterhood, founded in 1869 by seven women while they were attending Iowa Wesleyan College, in their home town of Mt. Pleasant, Iowa. Today, the sisterhood has 230,000 members and refers to itself as a […]
Our very own, Michelle Roos Goodrum has been working with us to take her many blog posts, articles, and research experience in land records to develop a guide and extensive case study. The book is chock full of step by step explanations and analysis of many documents and includes great resources. The chapters in this book are adapted compilations […]
Happy birthday to…. The In-Depth Genealogist! That’s right – it’s our first birthday! No longer are we in our infant year. We’re heading straight into the toddler phase, so expect us to be running all over the place getting our sticky hands into everything. (Or, is being a genealogist sort of like being a dog… we’re one but in genealogy years that’s really 75?)
Bashing Brick Walls, One Brick at a Time: When I began researching my family history years ago, I thought that locating elusive birth and marriage records would solve my most difficult genealogy puzzles. I was SO WRONG!