You’re My WHAT Cousin?!?

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Have you ever been stumped by the whole “2nd cousin” or “1st cousin once removed” dilemma?  Don’t worry, we all have!!  Figuring out relationships can be difficult.  If you’re like me, then you probably saw all your relatives only a handful of times every year.  And when you did see them, linguistics was irrelevant!  Now you can […]

Using 1940 ED Maps to Find Your Family

Using Enumeration District Maps to Find Your Ancestors in the 1940 US Census

Now that the 1940 U.S. Census has been released I’m sure that you’re as interested as I am with finding your family online!  Since these images are provided for free, it’s easier than ever to have access to the Census records.  Note… I didn’t say that it’s easier than ever to find your family! Without a full […]

Genealogy Webinars – November 2011

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A quick apology for the disorganization of our blog!  MyNeChimKi’s Genealogical Services is going through a bit of a facelift.  We’re hoping to have everything finished by the beginning of the new year… so please hang in there with us!  In the meantime, we still wanted to make sure that we were providing you with […]

Genealogy Webinars – October 2011

1 October 2011, 1:00pm EDT, Remembering the Ladies: Researching Your Female Ancestors (FREE) 1 October 2011, 11:00am CDT, Determining Your Own Migration Trail ($17 for 4 webinars) 2 October 2011, 3:00pm CDT, Barbara’s Beaus and Gesche’s Girls ($17 for 4 webinars) 3 October 2011, 9:00pm EDT, Type it ONCE DearMYRTLE Workshop Webinar (FREE) 4 October […]

99 Genealogy Things

I ran across this meme on Tonia’s Roots.  This version originated from Valerie Elkins at Family Cherished.  I thought that it would be a good light-hearted way to begin blogging again after my incredibly long hiatus. Things you have already done or found – bold type Things you would like to do or find – […]

“Who Do You Think You Are?” will be back for Season 2!

This morning, Ancestry.com and NBC announced that they will be partnering up again for another season of the hit genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are? The series features celebrities on their journey to solve a genealogical problem.  Besides featuring tools and repositories that are helpful to many researchers, the series shows that everyone […]

[Tombstone Tuesday] Wilhelm Wurtz – Lovettsville, VA

Welcome to MyNeChimKi’s Tombstone Tuesday! I’ve been trying to be more diligent lately in my “random acts of genealogical kindness,” which include going out and doing some tombstone photography in some of the local cemeteries. Geneabloggers describes Tombstone Tuesday: Tombstone Tuesday is a daily blogging theme used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post […]

[Carnival of Genealogy] 2010 Genealogical Resolutions

MyNeChimKi’s Genealogical Services’ post for 2010 Genealogical Resolutions is part of the 87th Edition of the Carnival of Genealogy hosted by Jasia at Creative Gene. I’ve done a really good job of doing my genealogy in a rather haphazard manner. It seems that most of my information just happens to come from whatever rock (or […]

[Tombstone Tuesday] George Axline – Lovettsville, VA

Welcome to MyNeChimKi’s Tombstone Tuesday! I’ve been trying to be more diligent lately in my “random acts of genealogical kindness,” which include going out and doing some tombstone photography in some of the local cemeteries. Geneabloggers describes Tombstone Tuesday: Tombstone Tuesday is a daily blogging theme used by many genealogy bloggers to help them post […]

[Tombstone Tuesday] Polly Fry – Lovettsville, VA

Welcome to MyNeChimKi’s first installment of Tombstone Tuesday! I’ve been trying to be more diligent lately in my “random acts of genealogical kindness,” which include going out and doing some tombstone photography in some of the local cemeteries. At the risk of making myself sound incredibly dense, I always knew that Loudoun County had a […]