Meet the Bloggers of Honor for the AZ Family History Expo 2011

Bloggers of Honor are people are selected by Family History Expos to “provide information and updates about the Expo to members of the genealogy community.”  They help [Family History Expos] make each Expo a virtual event by sharing on Twitter, Facebook and blogs about the sessions, Expo news, exhibitors and more.

To view the list of Bloggers of Honor, click here.

I’m grateful to have been selected as a Blogger of Honor at the 2011 AZ Family History Expo.  Please join me in Mesa Jan 21-22.

Last year was my first year to attend, and I was not disappointed in the least!  The speakers were fantastic, the exhibit hall was buzzing with happy family history seekers, lunch (served there for a small cost) was delicious.  I met some wonderful people, who have become online friends throughout this year, and I learned more about family history, genealogy and using social media and technology in regards to searching for ancestors.  The atmosphere was warm and friendly, and I can’t wait to get back there for more this year.
Please save the date:
Jan 21 and 22, 2011

Mesa Convention Center
263 North Center Street
Mesa, AZ 85201

I think you’ll be glad you did.

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Holiday Giving Tip: Family ChArtist’s Best Sale Yet!

Holiday Giving Tip –
Hurry, Family ChArtist is having their best sale yet!

October 18th through October 24th ONLY.

What do you get the person who has everything?
A beautiful Family Tree chart from the fantastic online tool Family ChArtist.

They have new graphics to help you make the perfect genealogy chart.
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Just enter 2FC101750 in the promotional code field at check out.

Note these Holiday Deadlines

•    Chanukah regular November 17th
•    Chanukah rush  November 24th
•    Christmas regular December 13th
•    Christmas rush  December 20th

Giving a Family Tree Chart is a great way
to tell family members that
you are glad they are part of the family.
It’s EASY to make this holiday special
by using Generation Map’s Family ChArtist.

Order now and relax and enjoy your holidays.

Click here to access their site.
Remember, Sale runs through October 24th!

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Where to Find Family Tree Quest/ Family Tree Gal on the Web

Hi!  I’m Family Tree Gal.  I’m fond of saying, “In every home, frame a family to strengthen your posterity.”

Let me help you discover your “roots” and strengthen the “branches” of your family tree in THIS generation. As you strengthen yourself, you strengthen your entire FAMILY TREE through the power of your positive influence.

 Here’s where you can find me on the web:

 www.familytreequest.com    Get motivated and enthused about YOUR place on your family tree.  Purchase your family tree charts, find family names, family history/family-oriented products, services and expert advice.

 www.familytreequest.wordpress.com   News, resources and research in finding family names.

 www.familytreegal.blogspot.com    Strengthen your Family Tree in THIS generation.

 www.journalriffic.blogspot.com  Take specific steps toward a happy life.

 http://twitter.com/familytreegal Family-oriented quotes, gift ideas and Family Tree Gal updates.

 www.facebook.com/familytreegal   Family-oriented quotes, gift ideas and Family Tree Gal updates.

NEW ! Genealogical Society of Ireland Website

I’ve been told that a new Genealogical Society of IRELAND website will launch tonight. I’m so excited, since my heritage is IRISH.

If the site can be of benefit to you, visit http://www.familyhistory.ie/

Are you seeking family history records in Zulu, Afrikaans and/or English? Do you need Indian (India) records?

If you’re looking for family history records in the languages of Zulu, Afrikaans and/or English, check out the Pietermaritzburg Archives Repository. They also have Indian (India) records therein. In addition, Indian records are also held by the Durban Archives Repository.

For more details, see an enlightening article by clicking this link:
http://www.witness.co.za/index.php?showcontent&global%5b_id%5d=27157

Baby Names, “All in the Family”

See this interesting new American study about how people have looked to their “Family Tree” for inspiration in selecting their baby’s name.  How many people do you think are named after a family member?

 

Click on this link for the full story 

http://finance.yahoo.com/news/Ancestrycom-Reveals-That-iw-3254887958.html?x=0&.v=1