31 December 2014
Tonight as midnight strikes, it’s the start of a new year, 2015!
Ancestry.com recently posted the above “A Genealogist’s Wish List.”
What would be on your genealogy wish list for 2015?
Though it’s completely not possible, I would just love to spend 1 day with each of my direct ancestors. To see them as “people” and not as just names, dates, and places. Though I have worked hard to learn about them as people, the limitations of available source material have left me wanting to know more!
At least I don’t have to worry that my pursuit of knowledge about my roots will ever “end!” There is too much that I don’t yet know!
Editor’s Note: Check this FB link and see what other’s have on their wish list!
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