Greyfriars Graveyard, Scotland.

Greyfriars Graveyard, Scotland.

Greyfriars Graveyard Greyfriars Graveyard is located in the Old Town section of Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital. Established in 1601, I explored the burial site with my husband, Bud Carruthers on a recent trip. Given his Scottish heritage, he’d travelled to Scotland on...
Family Bibles

Family Bibles

Genealogical treasures often surface when least expected as was the case with my husband’s family bible. My husband’s ancestry is Scottish and he also enjoys genealogical research. In a past phone conversation with an out-of-town cousin he expressed an interest in...
18. Through My Father’s Eyes.

18. Through My Father’s Eyes.

San Michele has a private beach for guests. Its late owner, Mrs. Claudia Siniscalchi, was very supportive of my genealogical research efforts when I was there. [nz_sep top=”20″ bottom=”20″ width=”” height=””...
17. Taking A Vacation To Solve Family Mysteries.

17. Taking A Vacation To Solve Family Mysteries.

Will solving family mysteries take you to the Chateau of Chenonceau on the Cher River in France’s Loire Valley? Are the following “TRUE” or “FALSE?” Genealogical Tourism is: A vacation people take to their ancestral home to learn about family history. A...