Links

Favorite Links

Organizations & Societies

Board for Certification of Genealogists

Association of Professional Genealogists

Daughters of the American Revolution

Ohio Genealogical Society

Indiana Genealogical Society

Mercer County Chapter OGS

Van Wert County Chapter OGS

Jay County Historical Society

National Genealogical Society

Federation of Genealogical Societies

 

Libraries

Allen County (Indiana) Public Library

Columbus (Ohio) Metropolitan Public Library

Mercer County (Ohio ) District Public Library

Brumback Library (Van Wert)

 

Blogs

Geneabloggers

Dick Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter

Evidence Explained

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog

The Journey Takers Blog

The Legal Genealogist

 

Some Things I Like

RootsMagic

Family Tree Maker

Evernote

Dropbox

Flip Pal

Pocket Genealogist

GedStar Pro for Android

Muvee

Hamilton Jewelers (DAR jewelry)

 

Miscellaneous

Find a Grave

Bureau of Land Management

Geographic Names Information System-GNIS

Ancestry.com

Family Search

Ohio Historical Society

Fort Recovery State Museum

Zion Lutheran Church, Schumm, Ohio

Zion Lutheran Church, Chattanooga, Ohio

Bible Gateway

2 comments

  1. Suzan Pinciotti

    Karen~
    Just from your links it looks like we have a lot in common! I was turned on to genealogy by my Great Aunt Bobbie (Richardson) Whiteman who gave me a copy of her notes way back in the 1970s. I have two aunts who have been more active researching the Whiteman family tree. I try to keep up with their progress (difficult because they are old school (lots of paper, handwritten notes, incomplete citations, etc.) So I go back and forth between logging in their info (boxes and boxes of paper), and verifying it against cite-able (sp?) documents. All that to say that our branch of the family comes from Hannah Huey, Jonas’ sister.

    I also have started researching my husband’s families, Paszkiet, Momot, Pinciotti and Mantini. My mother’s side of the family is from southern Spain, the beginnings of which I’m building based on documents I copied my last visit to her hometown near Sevilla, Spain. My fluency in Spanish has been a great asset, especially if records are in Latin.

    I retired from Verizon about 10 years ago (I was 12 when I started, haha), am a stay-at-home mom, part time bookkeeper, and amateur genealogist. I grew up in Fort Wayne, Indiana, and still have family in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan and Ohio.

    I’d really like to schedule a call sometime soon. Hope you feel so inclined to email or call me anytime.

    Suzan (Whiteman) Pinciotti

    1. Karen

      Hi Suzan! It certainly does sound as though we are related! The Whitenmans and Hueys are such interesting families. I would love to talk with you and share information. Karen

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