Here is a closer look at the death certificate for my 2nd great grandmother, Sarah F. Graham.
Here is the delayed birth certificate for my grandpa, Daniel Page Graham, issued about 38 years after his birth.
Here is the death certificate for my grand uncle William Thomas Graham, who died one hundred years ago today.
The new year was still in its infancy when Susie Redmond filed for divorce.
The 1900 census included the total number of children born to a mother, and the number still living. For Senia Scott, it was 12 and 6. Who was still living?
It’s been a while since I’ve posted here at Graham Ancestry, but it’s not because I didn’t have anything to write about. I actually have plenty of news to share, but I’ve been doing a lot of work lately for Uncle Sam… wait… let me rephrase that. I don’t want people thinking I actually have…
“If you share a common ancestor with somebody, you're related to them. It doesn't mean that you're going to invite them to the family reunion, but it means that you share DNA.” – Henry Louis Gates There’s been a bit of stuff happening with my Graham genealogy research lately, and I’ve just now found the…
The Arkansas Department of Health rolled out a new service on Monday that allows users to search and order state death certificates on the Web.
For some time I’ve been using a web site called BackupMyTree to, well, back-up my tree. If you ever read the first message on this journal, you’ll remember that I created Graham Ancestry after I’d lost all my previous research in a hard drive failure. That will never happen to me again, because BackupMyTree now…
Here's something from Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter that's worth a read. I've had something similar to what's described in this article happen to me as a result of my journal, so I can sympathize. How to Quickly Discourage Genealogy Newcomers - Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter.