by Susan Pearson | 21 Oct 2021
I have written a WikiTree Review to help you understand the website and why it is perfect for Genealogists.
by Susan Pearson | 18 Jun 2020
It is now three months into the CoVid 19 lockdown and I have beavering away at my family tree. I am sorry if I have been somewhat quiet on social media, when I get my head stuck into a project it is very easy to lose myself. Although I have found some new information...
by Susan Pearson | 18 Jul 2019
The case for genealogy for spoonies. If you have Fibromyalgia or a chronic health condition and you are looking for a hobby here is a great one to consider.
by Susan Pearson | 15 Jul 2019
Family what does the word mean to you? As a genealogist with no descendants and a “family” of Fibro Warriors I consider the future of genealogy.
by Susan Pearson | 23 Apr 2018
Have you hit a brick wall in your Family History research, have you scoured the search engines in vain. My best advice? Check out the marriage register on Find My Past, and it may help inform you as to your next steps. Read on, and I will explain all!
by Susan Pearson | 16 Apr 2018
When I invested in a MacBook Pro I needed to change my genealogy software, and after comparing the features of different options and checking out reviews I settled on RootsMagic, and I am making fantastic progress with it.
by Susan Pearson | 6 Aug 2016
Photography is common at the time of birth and marriage but what about at death? Remember to capture all the moments of life, not just the happy ones.
by Susan Pearson | 2 Jul 2016
When It's all too late This week we attended the funeral of my husband's Aunt Enid. I had only had the opportunity to meet her twice, once at a family birthday party and again at our wedding. Actually, let me rephrase that, I didn't make the effort to get to spend any...