From Maine to Kentucky, is about my ancestry, and researching my husband's ancestry is so different from mine that I thought it deserved its own blog.
I have not been as prolific during this past year, but I try to write at least a couple of blog posts each month.
In celebration of three years of blogging, I thought I'd share some of my favorite posts of this past blogging year.
I had fun finding records for Emanuel Levitas, brother to my mother-in-law's grandfather, Max Levitt. I am still trying to figure out where this family immigrated from!
And the fact that his wife, Sarah Levitas, had a patent in her name was a great find by my husband!
I enjoyed attending the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies (IAJGS) Conference 2013, which was held in Boston last August and I blogged about my experiences in IAJGS Part 1 and IAJGS Part 2.
One of my favorite photos can be seen at Two Tone Tessie.
Another photo (one of many) of the "cousins in Israel" can be seen here.
And a photo of the uncle who remained in Romania and "became a Communist" can be seen here.
I do have several more photographs with Yiddish on the back that I should share...
Thanks for reading, even thought I haven't been posting much!