Hey genealogists. If you had a native English speaker(that spoke/read Italian) as a researcher, on the ground in Italy, how often do you think you would use their services to further your research? How much would you pay? Or perhaps, what are you currently paying? What other countries would you like to have this scenario […]
Some thoughts written down, about dad…. there is also an earlier podcast I did on the same topic, the previous blog post link and podcast link are below: https://wildnwoollywordsmith.com/2019/08/11/check-out-my-episode-birthday-of-a-prince-of-numidia-my-dad-max-from-alan-madden-rose-on-anchor/ https://anchor.fm/alan-madden-rose/episodes/birthday-of-a-Prince-of-Numidia–My-Dad-Max-e4u1ki #dadlife
Missing my dad a bit, on his 77th birthday, were he still with us…. Really wish he was here…. Miss our talks, on history. Know at least he, would be interested in what I have found about our true ancestry Check out my episode “birthday of a Prince of Numidia, My Dad Max” from Alan […]
Sharp dressed man He had overalls, cover alls and sans a belt suits, which was kind of a hipster onesy of the day, but full length legs, not shorts. Yeah, grampa was a pretty natty dresser, even in his work clothes. The accoutrement of most import, however, was socks. Grandad had silk socks, with calf […]
Let me get this straight. The daughter of a money launderer, granddaughter of a slumlord, and great granddaughter of an Alaska Goldfields Pimp is saying she thinks Americans want to work harder, to make it? How exactly would she know?
It took 40 yrs of searching, but the mystery was solved last summer, of the paternal line of my father… not only did I learn the name of my paternal grandfather, and by Western standards, that of my family name, but a lineage back to 1500, just like that. My descent goes, 1, 2, 3, […]