Understanding Categories

If you like a particular type of post, this is how you can find more like it:

  • Stories about research process and discoveries are: In the Woods
  • Stories that provide historical context are: Forest for the Trees
  • Stories about research problems where I need help are: Tangled Roots
  • Stories that explore issues raised by practicing genealogy are: Leaf Litter
  • Stories about tree errors are: Snags
  • Stories that reveal who’s who in a photograph are: Branches
  • Stories that introduce new ancestors to the tree are: Greenwood
  • Stories that feature other researchers’ work are: Other Arborists
  • Stories that see the past in the present are: In the Shade
  • Stories that link to free online sources of historical information are: Seeds.

Everything else is posted as Weeds and Shrubs.

Thanks for taking a look around.  I hope you like what you see.


4 thoughts on “Understanding Categories

  1. Jill Morelli says:

    great site. Clean look and clever categorization. Nice job.


    • leslie frank says:

      I am glad you like my blog. Thanks for taking the time to say so. I have been having a lot of fun with it — and am doubly pleased to hear someone else has enjoyed it too!

  2. Christina says:

    Can you help me get information on Claire-Françoise Clément Du Vuault plz??

  3. I would love to be able to help but I am really just a family historian who ran into C-F Clement Du Vault on accident. There are quite a few genealogists who have WordPress blogs who do offer services that might be able to help. Sorry to be useless — and best of luck in your search!

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