Share your family history through the creation of a video that tells your family story. Soundtracks provided by my brother, Jon Davis. More about his music here.
One Family Together relates the experience of my paternal grandmother’s family during the flu epidemic of 1918.
Bibliography for the video.
Tennessee Girl honours my mother and the paternal side of her family.
One possible way to share your family history is through WikiTree, a collaborative one-world tree. This creates the opportunity to find other relatives and learn more about distant ancestors. It is a living repository, and will continue to grow and change over time. The link below will take you to one of the profiles I manage on WikiTree. Explore the tab “Family Tree & Tools” to understand the power of a publicly available one-world tree.
Research Reports provide in-depth analysis of a genealogy problem. The report below applies the Genealogical Proof Standard to unknown parentage of a woman born in the late 1800’s.
Sample Pedigree Chart
A pedigree chart is one way to display family relationships. Research reports may include many pedigree charts.
Looking for a way to share your family history with the younger generation? Ask me about “The Magic Penny,” a children’s book format that you can use to share your family stories.
Building knowledge, skills, strength, and resilience through
connecting people to their family history.