Hometown Tour: Family History Travel with Children

Do you incorporate family history with your family travels? We do, and it is a blast! One of our favorite activities has been taking tours of the cities where our ancestors lived. Children can relate much better to a family member that lived long ago if they can learn about…

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See You in Provo!

Speaker at the BYU Genealogy Conference and MyFamily History Youth Camp

The Conference on Family History & Genealogy and the MyFamily History Youth Camp, both hosted by Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, are a mere two weeks away! These dynamic events are jam-packed with genealogy goodness and so many talented speakers and teachers. As one who began my obsession with…

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Pass it Down… Organized!

Pass it Down Organized - Boundless Genealogy

This post is part of the The Genealogy Blog Party: Remember the Descendants hosted by Elizabeth at My Descendants Ancestors Her question this month: HOW WILL YOU PRESERVE YOUR FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH FOR YOUR DESCENDANTS? My answer is one word: ORGANIZED!!   Now, let me expand on my answer. As the one…

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Why Boundless?

Why Boundless Genealogy

Boundless (adj.) – not limited in any way, having no boundaries Synonyms: vast, infinite, fathomless, immeasurable, indefinite (Merriam-Webster Dictionary) Why “Boundless Genealogy” for this blog?   To be sure, genealogists run into limits all the time: running out of available records for the time, place, or person we are researching,…

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