Welcome to my genealogy website! I am so glad you've decided to look around. If you want to see the newest additions to the website then click <-- Database Additions in the side menu. If you're here for a specific surname then you can click All Surnames or one of the more popular ones are linked in the side menu. In the navigation buttons below the site banner are my navigation links. The Home button will always return you to this page. The Moore button takes you to the surname listing for my father's side of my family. The Mays button does the same thing for my mothers. The Llewellyn button takes you to the category on my blog where I transcribed my Great-Grandmother's 1920s diary. The Blog is linked to in the Blog button. The Source button will eventually be a very comprehensive page of which sources I use and where I've located them. Right now it is a generic, generated list from the software I am using. The Contact button will take you to the blog section where I list my social media accounts and email so you can contact me. The Disclaimer button is also in progress and will eventually list all of my associations and referral links. Right now I don't have any, so it should be easy to fix up. ;)
Over the next few months, there should be an influx of information being added to the website. Feel free to add any of my information to your trees! I have had this website for so long because I love to share. No email needed, but please be aware this information can change at any time, so I would recommend checking back every once and a while to make sure it is the same.
If you are an active researcher in the lines we share, I greatly recommend you follow my blog or check back with it. I talk a lot about my processes and information there before it has hit this database. Sometimes the information on the blog is more detailed and I explain how I arrived at those conclusions.
It is my greatest wish to be able to answer questions for my family members when they ask about our ancestors. It is very fulfilling to know where I come from and I hope to pass that on in any small way I can. I thank everyone who has helped me research this far and all who may help me in the future.