There are so many dear, sweet folks I've met through blogging about my family genealogy! Three of them have been so kind as to give me this "sweet" award called "Happy 101" to recognize Genealogy Traces and Tennessee Memories.
If you receive this award you are asked to list 10 things that make you happy and list 10 blogs you would like to share it with.
10 Things that Make me Happy! Laughter of my sisters Reading about Texas Research My kids and grandkids Sunny Days Music (all kinds) Collecting Glass Walking through cemeteries with a camera and notebook Movies Iced Tea "the table wine of the South"
I'd like to pass the award on to the following blogs: everything blues Everything about the blues, including history of the music form and details about the lives and the music of some well-known blues musicians. by Janice Tracy Appalachian History Stories, quotes, and anecdotes. by Dave Tabler Genealogy Simple & Fun Here are articles to help you in your research, news information plus items to make your genealogy adventure fun! by Tammy Evans Greta's Genealogy Bog Seriously obsessed with genealogy since 2005; the joys, problems, and pitfalls of family research. by Greta Koehl Lincecum Lineage A genealogy blog devoted to her Lincecum ancestors, as well as all allied lines that merged with or crossed their paths. by Stephanie Lincecum. Raeburn Family Odyssey Connecting the dots of the Raeburn families and related surnames from Ireland to North America; with a little bit of this and that in between. by Holly Where I Come From "This is the story of my family and where they came from....and the journey that brought me to here!" by Robin Cordell-Inge Who Will Tell Their Story? "A blog dedicated to my collection of orphan photographs." by Julie Cahill Tarr Consanguinity kin-necting the dots. Relationship by blood, whether linear or collateral. by Patti Browning GeneaDiva's History, Genealogy and "Stuff" Genealogy, history and general stuff connected to my life with emphasis on history and genealogy. by the GeneaDiva
Please take a moment to check out my selections. They are all worthy of your readership and your comments
When I began to publish my blog Genealogy Traces last year I combined my husband's and my families and their ancestral lines, but I have quickly come to realize it is too much for the readers of one blog. I will continue tracing my family names Richards, Puckett, Gailey, Stone, Homsley, Cook, Brooks, Brock, Rowbury, Rogers and others on Genealogy Traces but will be using this new blog to properly showcase my husband's family.
His family is from East Tennessee and points further east. Family lines I will be researching are Shubert, Davis, Burns, Delozier, Cusick, Reese, Hitch, Conner, Cofer, Cooley, Brock, Rogers, and Graves. Listed among their places of birth are Pennsylvania, South Carolina, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Cardiff, Wales.
"Saving the Past and Improving the Future" is the byline for
Mountaineer Heritage Park, an area of historical significance in the educational community of my hometown, Mineral Wells, Texas. Blogging about the members, activities, past and present, of the MWHS 50 Year Club and graduates of Mineral Wells High School is the the focus of the Mountaineer Heritage Park blog.
Everyone calls me Judy. I live in the countryside outside of the Hillsborough / Durham / Chapel Hill area of North Carolina with my husband, Bob. This year we will have been married 50 years. We both enjoy a life filled with grandchildren, genealogy, family, and friends. I enjoy blogging about genealogy, cemeteries, and my hometown, Mineral Wells, Texas. You can find me doing research, writing, or making preserves just about any time you call.