Today’s Saturday Sharing comes from the DNAeXplained – Genetic Genealogy blog.
DNA testing can be a great tool for finding lost relations and closing up those doggone nagging holes on the genealogical tree. However, just because one person is all gung ho about getting tested, doesn’t mean everyone else is. Sometimes, people aren’t going to want to share. And that’s ok. So when they say no, don’t push.
No DNA Bullying
Now here’s a symbol you don’t see every day.
I discovered this old-fashioned diver’s carving after flipping through some of my archived photos and thought it would be fun to post. The headstone’s in Lakeview Cemetery up in Seattle, but unfortunately, I only zoomed in on the carving and not the name.
In Which I Piss Off Pretty Much the Entire Genealogy Establishment.
Once again, sharing a great post from Clue Wagon about all the quirks and foibles within the genealogy world. Happy St. Patrick’s Day.
Filed under Genealogy, Humor
Spring is almost here, and in anticipation of that glorious event, here’s a quick guide to some of the different religious symbols you may see on the various stones out there. Come to think of it, I believe I once spotted the symbol for the United Moravian Church somewhere and mistook it for a brotherhood symbol.
Duct tape usefulness reason #832