What Did You Do Over The Summer? 1


Cheri and the panel discuss what they did over the summer.

Meet the Panel:

Mary Kircher Roddy - MKR Genealogy
Christine Woodcock - Genealogy Tours of Scotland and Celtic Genealogy Cruises

We hope you enjoy!

 


About Terri O'Connell

Terri O’Connell is a professional genealogist in the Chicago area, focusing on Midwestern United States Genealogy, with a main focus in Illinois and a special interest in Irish research. She is also the owner of Cruise Planners – O’Connell Cruise and Travel (terri@cruiseplanners.com), a full service travel company. Their mission is to encompass the full family: vacations, reunions, and history travel. Terri is a travel enthusiast with a passion for genealogy and enjoys bringing the two together to assist her clients in their travel needs. You can find Terri online at www.facebook.com/cruiseplannersoconnell, www.facebook.com/tracingmyfamily or you can find her at www.findingourancestors.com for all things genealogy. Terri is the Executive Director of The In-Depth Genealogist.

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  • David James Smith

    Continuation of my Only series with research for ‘Only the Smiths’ that starts with tribal origins before 1103BC through Europe to Highland Scotland and signing a standing stone overlooking the Gadie burn named after their origin. The AD78 revisit and settlement before stopping the Romans attempt to conquer the north. Rewriting the Mons Graupius event as a family quarrel on confirmed evidence, and finding further confirmation as I join my Chattan, MacPherson, clan and the Old Chattan named founders of the main clans with Gow Chrom a Smith taking centre position for offspring to move to Aberdeenshire contrasted with history affecting them all. ‘Only the Catti’ and ‘Only a Celtic Quarrel’ are found online, or at Lulu.com or ask for the Ingram catalogue at bookshops. Author David James Smith. I have included the Browns of MacKay too.