It’s January 23rd and time to celebrate another blogiversary with this 675th post.
All-Time Top 10 Posts and Pages
The Ancestors – a page listing all of the articles I’ve written in the past 8 years.
Old Photographs Saved From Trash Can – a page listing the articles I wrote on a collection of photographs.
James SIMS (1754-1845) Pioneer of Nicholas County, West Virginia (my first attempt at writing about an ancestor, written in February 2002, updated on )
About Cathy Meder-Dempsey (my about page last updated 16 January 2021. I’m flattered by the number of people who are interested in the person being Opening Doors in Brick Walls)
All-Time Stats – Top 10 Countries
The United States (226,317) leads at the top of the list followed by Luxembourg (9,909), Germany (8,831), Canada (7,974), the United Kingdom (6,572), Australia (4,473), Brazil (3,308), France (2,735), Belgium (1,523), and Ireland (1,276).
One Story at a Time…
During my eight years of blogging and following other genealogy bloggers, I learned more about genealogy research and writing. During my first year, I was only interested in getting the story written. I linked to many online documents and, over the years, I’ve come to see the error in my ways.
I’ve been revisiting my 52 Ancestors posts from 2014, adding footnotes, fixing the format, and watermarking photos. One week at a time, I’m sharing the REVISED posts on my Facebook page, Twitter, and Instagram. A featured image, something that was missing when I first started blogging, is also being added to each post.
Due to this project, I may have less time to research and write about The Ancestors this year. However, I’m finding bits and pieces that were missed or not mentioned the first time around. These will be used to write some interesting posts in the future. Best of all, one story at a time, I’m cleaning up my GEDCOM file. This will make researching and writing easier and faster.
Happy 8th Blogiversary
Thanks to everyone who follows me. The support of my genealogy friends and bloggers has been and continues to be awesome. Thank you, too, for your wonderful comments over the years. Let’s celebrate!
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