I recently received information and a link about Artifcts which is a newer service for preserving information about your “stuff” for family. (And no I didn’t spell it wrong…although spellchecker thinks so!) It appears to be another tool to consider when preserving your family heirloom information. Let’s look.
Hopefully, you’ve had time to search the 1950 Census Records for your family. In an earlier blog I pointed you to resources to access that census. This week I want to share a few tips that I think will be helpful.
Wishing you all a wonderful Easter in 2022. Hope it will be a time spent with friends and family! Hopefully we all will have nicer weather in the coming weeks.
In case you were wondering how your relatives celebrated Easter, here are links to Easter history.
Easter - Dates, Easter Eggs & Easter Bunny - HISTORY
A history of Easter feasts and why the English breakfast might be medieval (theconversation.com)
This Is What Easter Has Looked Like Throughout History | Martha Stewart
I hope you have found your families in the 1950 Census Records. I enjoy adding more layers to the family story and solving puzzles with the additional information. As I was reviewing my immediate family, I found myself intrigued by the data related to the neighbors. Let’s look at how we can use this information.
We are all eagerly awaiting the 1950 Census release as family historians. By the time this posts we should have access to this census. While the 1950s seems more current than most of our research, it has been 72 years. Let’s look at ways to make the most of this release.
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.