Family History Is for Everyone: Kids. This is the first in a series of four blog posts designed to help you find fun ways for those of all ages to get involved in family history.
The countdown to RootsTech continues, and we’re busy preparing for the best conference yet. We are thrilled that so many of you have decided to join us and the many fantastic keynote speakers, presenters, and exhibitors here in Salt Lake City.
Have an antique, heirloom, or photo that you’d like an expert to look at? Now’s your chance! Bring in any small item or a photo of a large item you’ve been wondering about, and experts will tell you all about it. The Expo Hall will be open during the following hours: Wednesday, February 27: 6–8 p.m. Thursday, February 28: 9 a.m.–6 p.m.
Remember who you are. It’s a simple phrase but one with deep meaning. I have said it multiple times as my children have walked out the door—off to school, out with friends, on a date.
These amazing finds can be a person, a photo, a record, or even a new branch in your tree! You have all experienced the joy that these moments bring. G: Grandparents. You've got to hand it to your grandparents—many of them lived through multiple wars, revolutions, and mass social change. This generation has much wisdom and knowledge to impart ...
Becoming a Find a Grave contributor is also something to consider. You can photograph headstones in your local cemeteries, help build out the cemetery map online, create cemetery profiles, fulfill photo requests, and transcribe gravestone information. For more on becoming a contributor, click here. PoliticalGraveyard.com