Find a Grave – It’s About Time

Find A Grave. What a site. It landed on the genealogy scene in 1995 when Salt Lake City resident Jim Timpton built a genealogical database with his hobby of visiting celebrity gravestones. Since then, it has grown into a global database for many of the millions of dead from around the world. Members and non-members... Continue Reading →

Win Tickets to the First Ever Virtual Genealogy Conference!

Something I really love about the genealogy community is all the difference conferences, webinars, and ways we learn -- but, one of the things I like least about the genealogy community is how much emphasis is put on these conferences, when many cannot make it (*waves* hello) to all the conferences due to economic, family... Continue Reading →

Day 1: RootsTech

What an amazing first day of RootsTech. It was more than I could have ever imagined and I've already learned so much. After a quick rush to the convention center to get registered, I was able to get my tote bag with all its goodies and my name badge. In the rush of the morning crowd,... Continue Reading →

The Hipster Historian Goes to RootsTech!

For the very first time, I will be attending the largest genealogical conference in the world, RootsTech -- being held in Salt Lake City, Utah. This will also be the first genealogical conference I have ever attended (exciting!). In past years, I've attended other conventions (mostly Comic Cons) but this is only the second conference  in... Continue Reading →

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