Conference Pouch Instructions - Here's a link to instructions for making a Conference Pouch. It celebrates my ancestors and their history and will hold my phone, some cash and a credit card for the vendor hall, my business cards, and my conference name tag, all in one easy to carry pouch.
27th Avenue History - A link to a website I created to celebrate the houses on the block where I live. I have some census records, newspaper clippings, property assessment records and more. It's been a fun way to share the histories of the people who lived in these houses with the people who call them home today.
Five-Generation Birth Order Chart - Download this chart to fill in your ancestral names and see where they fit in their family. Were they the oldest, youngest, or somewhere in the middle? An only child or one of a dozen? And what about their spouse - did a responsible oldest marry a pampered youngest? Fill-in-the-blank chart for you to analyze how birth order and family size might have have had an impact on your ancestors' marriage.
Five-Generation Excel Chart - Use this chart to fill in your ancestral names and birth and death locations for a color coded chart. I was inspired to create this chart by fellow genealogist J Paul Hawthorne. I have used the Ahnentafel numbering system to place the ancestors. Once you've filled in and color-coded your places, use the Snipping tool on your computer to cut and save the image(s) that you can then post on Facebook or wherever.