Continuing the theme of United States Genealogy resources, I thought we should explore resources closer to home. More records become available each year so it’s good to revisit what is available. Let’s look at records in North Dakota
We’ve been spending quite a bit of time exploring records across the pond so I thought it might be fun to look at records closer to home. Many of our ancestors traveled west to settle in our Red River Valley area. Some of them were immigrants from the old country while others were second and third generation Americans who came from other states east of the Mississippi. Let’s look at sites that focus on Indiana Genealogy today.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day! Hope you’re able to celebrate the day in a fun and safe way! This time of the year makes me think of my Irish ancestors and how I wouldn’t be here but for their courage. Here’s a review of Irish Resources to get you started. Let’s explore.
I’ve covered a variety of Irish topics in previous blogs. Hopefully, these will entice you to explore your Irish and Celtic roots.
Griffiths Valuation (October 2020)
Irish Resources (March 2020)
Irish Blogs (August 2020)
Irish Links (March 2019)
In Ireland (September 2018)
Irish Luck (March 2018)
“For each petal on the shamrock, this brings a wish your way: Good health, good luck, and happiness for today and every day.” –Irish Blessing
A couple of years ago I published a blog article titled “Find Once, Read Twice”. You can view it under April 2018 in the archives. We explored the importance of reviewing data that we collected over the years. You have a different perspective when you read a book as an adult that when you first read the same book as a child. Perhaps that is why some childhood books are never reread, to preserve the magic and others are read repeatedly. Our research data can be like that—a fresh look may help us see new things or information in a different way. Let’s look.
With a lifelong passion for genealogy and history, the author enjoys the opportunity to share genealogy tidbits, inspiring others to research and write their family story.