Yes - mapping technology and the ability to use it with genealogy and family history is really taking off. Thanks to early enthusers (those tech cheerleaders and teachers who told us we could do this) like +Lisa Louise Cooke we are all over Google and OpenStreetMap. Thanks for catching the post at NGS +Susan Clark and sharing it here.
On March 19, 1839, David Haley of Roane County, Tennessee, wrote a letter to his son living in Madisonville, Mississippi, recounting his experiences in the Revolutionary War and in various military expeditions against the Che...
Addicted to family history, genealogy and research.
I am a lifelong family historian, descended from generations of family historians. Sifting though archives and microfiche has always been one of my most favorite ways of spending time.
In 2010 I began blogging about my family's history at Nolichucky Roots. I write about my mother's East Tennessee family, my father's Rusyn roots and my husband's maternal Maryland and Virginia ancestry. At some point I hope to include his paternal lines, as well.