Lost Art of Family History and Genealogy

Encouraging and providing ways for you to connect with those living now as well as your ancestors. It helps us understand our self, our past and motivate us to improve our future and leave a worthy legacy for others to follow.

This series also includes how things were done in the past with posts showing how life was lived in days gone by.

July 12, 2018
Two types of family trees to choose from to fill-in

FREE Fill In Family History Tree With Pictures

  FREE Fill In Family History Tree With Pictures Have you ever wondered who you are related to? Or what they looked like? I have […]
March 29, 2017
Does The Past Really Affect Me?

What Learning Your Family History Teaches YOU About Yourself

What Learning Your Family History Teaches YOU About Yourself What could learning about those in your family history possibly teach you about yourself? Have you […]
January 22, 2015
Scrapbook 12

Pictures & Stories

 One way to build and to strengthen family bonds and relationships is to create scrapbooks of any type. It records with stories and pictures those […]
September 6, 2014

Who's in YOUR Family?

With Grandparents Day coming up, it is a perfect time to look up a bit of your ancestry and see who your relatives are. There […]
July 25, 2014
Tinsmith in the 1800

Tin Smiths in the 1800's

What occupation would you have taken up if you would have lived in the 1800’s?   If you had chosen to be a tinsmith, that would […]
July 25, 2014
1800 Print Shop

Mind your P's and Q's and The Old Printshop

Welcome to the Print Shop and you’ll learn WHY the term ‘mind your p’s and q’s came from the printing business along with other interesting […]
July 23, 2014
1800s Barbershop

1800's Barber & Dentist

In the early 1800’s barbering was a trade that practiced more than just cutting hair.  Imagine saying to your barber,  “A little off the top […]
May 16, 2014
Grandpa 1

Your Family Stories & History

Grandpa’s saying was: be a help, not a hindrance.  When he almost burned down the chicken coop, he must have forgotten that phrase!     […]