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Who was Elizabeth (?) “Lizzie” Arro Perez Vargas?

I have just returned from a road trip to California and Arizona to see my family.  Part of journey’s focus was to find out more about my father’s mother’s family who lived in the Santa Cruz area.  Having not grown … Continue reading

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Texas on a Wing and a Prayer

Sometimes things don’t go according to plan.  Normally, I prepare for a genealogy research trip for months in advance.  I know all the libraries and ancestral places I will visit.  I have my research logs printed with the books/documents I … Continue reading

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Genealogical Resolutions

Oh so many projects!  How does one choose???  I have seen a lot of blogging this month about setting goals for the coming year and it has got me thinking about what I wanted to accomplish this year genealogically speaking.  … Continue reading

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Genealogy and Making a Difference – The DAR’s New Chapter and Megan Smolenyak’s New Book

Sometimes I worry if all the time I spend on genealogy really matters. When I am at the end of my life, will the late nights, weekends and vacation time I have devoted to genealogy truly have made any difference … Continue reading

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