One-stop summary of the twenty-six Molly’s Canopy posts in the April 2016 Blogging From A to Z Challenge — in which I was survivor number 1127 on my first time out! Thanks for joining me on the journey!
After generating twenty-six posts in just one month, I am craving a return to the more leisurely pace of weekly blogging as I continue to explore my ancestors’ lives and the research techniques used to find them.
Still to come is my Reflections post about my A to Z Challenge experience.
Ancestors From A to Z recap
But for this week — while I mentally recharge — here is a summary of my Ancestors From A to Z posts from April 2016 so you can check out any you may have missed. Comments are still open on the later posts, so please join in!
- Ancestors: Legacy and lessons
- Blacksmiths: The heart of the Irish community
- Charbonneau breakthrough: Hooked on family history
- Dempsey cousins’ discoveries
- Elizabeths in my family tree
- Fort Monroe: My Union ancestor recovers
- Gloversille, N.Y. and my maternal ancestors
- Heritage and identity
- Including and honoring childless ancestors
- Joseph Mimm’s bucket list
- Katherine (Gormley) Dempsey of Galway
- Library research leads
- Maps point the way
- Norm’s eightieth birthday
- Oneonta: City of surprises
- Proud to be a family history blogger
- Quotes: Letting ancestors speak
- Research, respositories and relaxation
- Susquehanna River reflections
- Two Years: Second Blogiversary
- Undergarments and Aunt Kate
- Vincenzo Del Negro witnesses a wedding
- Wolverines and Uncle Sid
- Xavier and military cartography
- Yes! Almost there!
- Swiss family Zinsk
Please stop back for the next post — Molly’s Canopy: Reflections on Ancestors from A to Z.
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