The story of how I discovered that I'm the descendant of Jewish slave owners from Mississippi.
Not many people can say they got started at 12, but I did! Here's the full story.
here are stories I have told to my son and daughter, my granddaughter and grandson, and which I hope I can tell to my great granddaughter.
Learn to create and grow your family tree on Treelines.com by adding stories, pictures, and memories.
How I almost became an archaeologist instead of a genealogist.
My Great Grandparents: Morris Spector and Sarah "Selznick" Spector
After fleeing Ireland as a young man, during the potato famine, Samuel settles on a farm in Burlington, New Jersey, and has eight children.
Your Pop-pop and I want you to know about our parents, for whom you were named.
Part 1: Joseph Fagan's journey from Minsk to New York City
She is not smiling for the photo. She is not even looking at the camera. Who is my great grandmother? What does her expression mean?
Though raised in a Jewish household, Chelsea confronts her family’s deepest mystery: her grandfather Karl Stöcker’s rumored Nazi past.
A quick-n-easy user guide to creating your first Treelines story.
Elbert STRINGER, the original source of our WINGFIELD-DORSEY genealogy