Ruth Starr Rose Reveals Unique Stories of the Founding Families of Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Posted by Barbara Paca on October 21, 2015 in Site, Guest Bloggers

Imagine your family rediscovering the beautiful talents of one ancestor after more than eighty years. That was the case for the family of artist Ruth Starr Rose. Rose was from a progressive family. She was a Vassar graduate as well as student at the New York Art Students League where she worked with other left-leaning… Read more

Make Your Family History Survive the Test of Time

Posted by Denise May Levenick on October 21, 2015 in Australia, Canada, Family History Month, Germany, Guest Bloggers, United Kingdom

This is a guest post by Denise May Levenick, The Family Curator If genealogists share one common research goal, it’s to insure that the ancestral relationships and stories they’ve learned are passed on to future generations. And with each passing birthday, dedicated researchers may become more worried about the future of their genealogical legacy. Not… Read more