OK, so when I started out with this blog, I was going to keep it as a strictly informational blog about Vermont/New England genealogy and history, but I have also decided to use it as a place to post information about my own personal genealogy. I will still be posting informational posts, but they will not consume this blog in its entirety.
Attention Genealogists with Vermont Roots
I enjoy participating in the Geneabloggers memes, and I am happy to help you out with your genealogy through these memes. If you have anything of interest, relating to the memes listed below, that is about your Vermont ancestors, please email me at jkg0679 at gmail dot com (put "GenealogyVT Blog", or something similar as your subject so that your email doesn't get deleted by mistake. Also let me know if you want your email address included with the post or not.
Memes I am interested in publishing:
1. Black Sheep Sundays: Stories about the "black sheep" in your family.
2. Sentimental Sunday: Sentimental stories or traditions in your family.
3. Sunday's Obituary: Self explanatory
4. Military Monday: Stories and pictures of your Vermont ancestor during their military enlistment.
5. Maritime Monday: Do you have an interesting story or photo of your ancestor as related to Lake Champlain? I would love to include it here.
7. Mystery Monday: Have you hit a brick wall regarding a Vermont ancestor? Post your information here. Your email address, or other contact info, is required.
8. Tombstone Tuesday: A photo of your ancestor's tombstone (Must be located in Vermont) with a brief write-up about who the person is and where the tombstone is located.
9. Wedding Wednesday: A photo of your ancestors on their wedding day. Include a brief write-up of who they are, when/where they were married, and anything else of interest.
10. Those Places Thursday: Describe the place where your Vermont ancestor lived, worked, or played in a story and/or pictures.
11. Family Recipe Friday: Old family recipes (does not have to be Vermont specific).
12. Surname Saturday: Discuss a surname that you are researching with Vermont roots.
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