Finding the Nuts in your Family


Finding the Nuts Who says genealogists can’t have fun?!One way is to share the smiles with others using Button pins and Fridge magnets. Select the type of button you want and its size, then click Add to Cart. Select Type, Size, and Price, then click Add to Cart. Pin 1 1/2 in. – $2.00 USD Pin 2 1/4 in. – $2.50 USD Magnet 2 1/4 in. – $3.05 USD

Remembering Someone Special


In memory of… Remembering those that have passed can be done in many ways.One beautiful way is through Fridge Magnets and or Pins. Select the type of button you want and its size, then provideyour loved one’s name and birth and death dates and click Add to Cart. Select Type, Size, Price. Then enter the Name and Dates. Then Click Add to Cart. Pin 1 1/2 in. – $2.00 USD Pin 2 1/4 in. – $2.50 USD Magnet 2 1/4 in. – $3.05 USD Loved ones name Loved ones dates

2023.05.17 – Intro to Family History

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Seekerz Intro to Family History Have you ever attempted to research your Family History only to give up in frustration because of all the details others unload on you when trying to be helpful? Have you ever wondered how to reduce time and avoid mistakes and rework while researching your Family? Do you have a feeling you’re lacking knowledge of the Big Picture and would like to see the Framework needed to be successful? Many people jump into the deep end of the Family History pool, not realizing they are in over their heads until they make the attempt. Seekerz […]

Give Mom Something Special


Give Mom Something Special this Mother’s Day. Fridge Magnets may be the perfect Mother’s Day gift to remind your Mom how special she is to you on Mother’s Day and throughout the year. You can order the button below as a Pin or a Fridge Magnet, but a Fridge Magnet may be the best. Be sure to select the Type, Size and Price from the drop down list before clicking on the Add to card. Select Type, Size, and Price, then click Add to Cart Pin 1 1/2 in. – $2.00 USD Pin 2 1/4 in. – $2.50 USD Mag […]

2023.05.02 – The Grumpy Old Man Goes a Haunting


While on my journey in Genealogy, I have become interested in Gravestone Symbols and Acronyms. The more articles I run across, the more fascinating I find them. Some Gravestones have the deceased’s name, birth date, a “Dash”, and date of passing. In genealogy, dates are important, but the “Dash” between the two dates represents the person’s life, accomplishments, failures, and connection to their descendants… their Life’s story. But many gravestones have additional information, such as Symbols or Acronyms. Some symbols are as obvious as a Cross, a Star of David, or a Crescent Moon. But some are less apparent. For […]

2023.04.26 – Famous People


Famous PeopleBy Dale. E. Lee2023.04.26 OK, so here’s a fun activity. The other day my wife told me she was related to George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Catherine Hepburn, and a slew of other famous people. The list she was describing got longer and less credible by the moment. However, she then said, see, just go to the FamilyTree app, sign in, then go to the menu, Family History Activities and scroll to the right for Famous Relatives. It has you sign in again, but then displays Famous People related to you. [For those signing on to your computer, go to […]

2023.04.19 – Visiting Cemeteries


Visiting CemeteriesBy Dale. E. Lee2023.04.19 A while back I asked a friend who has been heavily involved in doing their own family research to write an article for the Seekerz blog. She declined to do so, saying something about not wanting to write for the public. However, some time afterword I discovered she was releasing names on FamilySearch that happened to be related to me. At the time I didn’t know I was related to her, even distantly. I just knew her through Church. While letting her know about our distant relationship, she related that she and her siblings had […]

2023.04.12 – Down on Earth


Down on EarthBy D. E. Lee, © 20232023.04.12 I see my descendant down on earth,so wrapped in daily life,He doesn’t understand the need,to find me, amid his strife, And when I do reach out to him,to ask him for his aid,He’s much to busy to pay attention,to the promptings which I made, I’ve tried to prompt him many times,I need his help to find,The documents that prove I lived,and that we two can bind, Our love for those that meant the most,to me when I was there,In the same place that he now is,to those under my care, Oh, when […]

2023.03.29 – The Joys and Frustrations of Genealogy


The Grumpy Old Man on the Joys and Frustrations of Genealogy As a student of genealogy, I have experienced a range of emotions in my search for my extended family. On one hand, there is the thrill of discovering new relatives and learning more about my family’s past. On the other hand, there are the frustrations of hitting dead ends and encountering unexpected obstacles. One of the greatest joys of genealogy has been finding two daughters I never knew I had. This led to wonderful connections with them and their families, bringing new joy and richness to my life. Another […]

2023.03.22 – Seekerz Course Book


Seekerz Course BookBy Dale E. Lee2023.03.22 Last week I didn’t publish an article on the Seekerz blog. I was working very hard to finalize and publish a course book on family history for beginners. Today I can announce I was successful and on 3/16/2023 the paperback version of Seekerz Intro to Family History was published on Amazon. This work is the cumulation of three years of effort and each of the twelve course lessons have been through Beta testing multiple times both with live audiences and over Zoom. Click —> Seekerz Intro to Family History solves the problem most newbies […]

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