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Have you ever thought about writing historical biographies of your ancestors? I have written a few over the last couple years and posted them to my blog hoping that someone would find them and help fill in the holes. So far I have had no luck meeting new relatives, but just writing the biographies gives me a good idea of what the records can tell us. Take time to visit and let me know if you have any feedback

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According to family stories, Willie Mae Harris was born 17 November 1864. Supposedly this is the same day that her father Frank E. Harris was injured during a Civil War skirmish in Atlanta (we have no...
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+Susi Pentico Took a look at your blog. I really think writing has changed over the last 50 years. Today many writers can post online and get instant feedback. I post many of my presentations on scribd.com or one of my many personal websites and allow others to use the resources I provide. I have been intermittently writing on a variety of topics, mostly family history but currently I am writing a book on park lands in Florida and some curricula on history, ecology, and related topics. I don't ever plan on "publishing" my work. I do it for fun, post it for free, and hope someone gets something out of it.
 
Miles Meyer, Thanks I read your blog posts and yes, I have done that at times on various members of the past. I have three active blog posts and a long ago created web page with cousin.
Many years of research has been done. BTW, I have MEYER and MYERS in my lines. That we can discuss later.
http://ancestorseekersbytherootbound.blogspot.com/2012/04/citing-sources-information.html
Use this one for my classes I work with.

http://www.genealogywise.com/profiles/blogs/start-here-have-fun-you-can-even-do-genealogy-on-the-run-susi

This one is mixed information and data.
Thanks so much.
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