I have been writing about the grandmothers in our family tree since August of 2012. Beginning with "A is for Anna" each entry introduced you to a different grandmother. Telling the Grandmother stories was a fun way to share my research with family and friends. Now I am looking at our Revolutionary War ancestors, their service records, the story of their families and of course the stories of their wives, our grandmothers. After all, "Who's Your Grammie?" is about our grandmothers!
Friday, August 3, 2018
Index to my Rootsweb pages
Cynthia H. Smith - My Rootsweb pages
I needed to migrate some of my early family history pages over to the blog to protect them from getting lost in the future. 👀 These pages were first published on Geocities in the early days of the internet when an amateur genealogist like me could learn a little about HTML and publish on the internet. But all good things come to an end and Geocities went belly up. I quickly moved everything over to Rootsweb, a free service I started using in sometime around 2006. That was good, because Rootsweb offered a file manager and a WYSIWYG publishing format. While Rootsweb is still free they no longer offer the ability to edit and publish. In the meantime I started the blog where I have enjoyed the privilege of being able to publish my family history in a format that is easy for me to maintain. Therefore this page is an index of sorts which takes you to the Rootsweb page. Several of these pages have been redone on this Blog.
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Your comments and suggestions are appreciated. It is with pleasure that I am able to present this information here for you to see. If you discover a relationship here, I would very much enjoy hearing from you. 👀