Challenge #47 – 52 Weeks to Better Genealogy

Here’s this week’s challenge: GIFTS

Amy Coffin of the We Tree blog has put together the helpful 52 Weeks to Better Genealogy series. These prompts are hosted on the GeneaBloggers website.

Week 47: Make your genealogy gift list. The holidays are coming! Prepare a list of genealogy-related gifts you’d like to receive: books, magazine subscriptions, software, electronics, society memberships or anything else that might look good with a bow on it. If you’re blessed to already have everything you could possibly want, consider charitable donations and in-kind gifts to societies, libraries and preservation groups. If you have a genealogy blog, you can share your list and give gift ideas to your readers as well.

Check out the amazing gift ideas in a broad range of categories on my website by clicking here.

Gifts include:
Family Tree Charts
History of your family name
Coats of Arms
Candy you ate as a kid
eCards and Photo Cards (Smilebox)
(Schedule delivery ahead of time.  Save postage)
Heritage Collector Suite- a complete family history management system
Digital Family History Guidebook – the complete “How To” book
Create a Family History-
how to create a PDF which becomes a bound book, if you desire.
Flip Pal Mobile Scanner
Personalized Gifts
Shop Irish (for those with Irish Heritage)
Cameras (to preserve memories), scanners, ink, cartridges, flash drives,
books, DVDs, software,etc. from Amazon and Kodak.
The Family Energizer –
an organized approach to developing family skills and values.

So, if you’re looking for FAMILY-FRIENDLY GIFT IDEAS  Click here.

Note from Family Tree Gal, Carolyn:  Have you joined the Family Tree Quest at ?  I also invite you to join me on Facebook and Twitter.  Check out my Family Tree Gal Blog if you haven’t done so already.

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