Monthly Archives: January 2023

Too Many Directions, Too Little Time, Too Many Bright Shiny Objects

I have been trying to keep up my research into the validity of Ancestry’s Thru lines app, but it has taken many different directions and many lines to explore. On the upside, I have been successful in identifying a few … Continue reading

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New Project — Research Based on Ancestry Thru-Lines

OK, first, it the THRU Lines not TRUE lines. The connections may be real or not. There needs to be an investigation as to whether the descendants of a known forbearer are documented with citations, not just a guess by … Continue reading

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1 January 2023

It appears that the first day of the year was a big day for my ancestors to get married – 26 couples appeared on my app that screens my genealogy database for events for the specific date. The first couple … Continue reading

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