According to the American Veterinarian Medical Association, it’s estimated that almost 70% of US households have a family pet. If you’re an animal lover, you might consider your pets to be family. You give them cute names and even call them your ‘fur babies’.
Sometimes we all need a little help with our genealogy research. You might hit a brick wall with records not available online, a language you don’t understand, need access to geographic areas you can’t visit, or records are hiding in places you never thought to look. That’s when Legacy Tree Genealogists can help.
Every year, you might hear of people celebrating Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras festivities that are going on at local bars or restaurants. And, if you live in New Orleans, you know that Mardi Gras is a big deal. But what is Mardi Gras? What does this celebration represent?
In the previous blog post “Storybooks that Introduce Children to Genealogy“, we introduced you to three genealogy books that speak directly to children at various age levels. Here is a book that takes a different approach to help adults get children interested in genealogy.
In genealogy, you may often hear people say “If only I paid more attention to *insert relative here* when they were alive”. While it wasn’t intentional, it’s just not something they thought about at the time.