Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Z is for Zummary


When it comes to genealogy research, there is no "Z".  Family History research never ends.  There is always someone else or something else to research.

In my final post in the A-Z challenge, I have 'cheated' with my final post, which is a zummary of my posts over the past month;

A - Ancestry.com (the highest number of views)
E - eBay - purchasing a memory (my second favourite post)
F - Family Search (my most used website for family history research)
J - Jargon
L - Letters
V - Victims of War (my personal favourite post)
Z - Zummary

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21 comments:

  1. Oh yes that a cheat but I'll let you off as it's a good one.

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  2. I love the family jigsaw! I am going to have to do one of those. Many of your posts were Australia specific so I didn't have a comment. Congrats on completing the challenge!

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    1. Yes I think next time (if there is a next time) I shall do research posts, which is what I prefer.

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  3. Buried in family photos and genealogies right now.
    Nice Z-day post.
    Congratulations on finishing the A-Z!

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  4. Thanks for sharing all your information this month. I am still plugging away at finding my relatives.

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    1. Good luck with your research. It will never be finished :)

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  5. Hee! Love your cheat! How funny that you went with a puzzle look with your photos because that's also what I did for my letter Z. :-)

    Congrats on finishing the challenge. I've picked up a lot of great tips to pass to my dad on his genealogy quest.

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  6. It really is a puzzle, but a fun one!! Thanks for your posts and congrats on the A-Z!

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    1. Thank you Sharon.

      I love a good puzzle!

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  7. HA -- good one! Now grab your A to Z Survivor badge and wear it proudly (whenever it comes available).

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  8. Congratulations, Sharon, on completing the A-Z Challenge which I have been following with interest. I particularly enjoyed your Quintessential Tips and Victims of War - also You Tube which had not occurred to me to look at, so thank you for this.

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    1. Thank you Susan. Victims of War and eBay were written with more emotion than the other posts.

      I have enjoyed your posts too and you have made me even more eager to visit Scotland.

      Sharon

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  9. I'm very impressed you've finished the challenge! I would hate for the family history research to end :)

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    1. Thank you Fi. I surprised myself that I managed to keep up!

      I look forward to a time when I will have more time for research :)

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  10. You have been nominated for the Liebster and Very Inspiring Blogger awards.
    All informations are on my blog. Feel free to accept them or just spend the day smiling cause you won!
    Congratulations on finishing the Challenge!
    Best regards
    Miss Bates

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