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37 Questions to Ask Your Grandparents (And Parents!)

37 Questions to Ask Your Grandparents (And Parents! I should write these in a journal and make one for all my family members! - Love the idea up there^

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Knowing Who Our Family Was Reveals Part of Who We Are.striking digi page with enlarged photos of look-alike family, past and present. Mormon Family: Kids Build Identity from Family History

Strangers In The Box - By: Pamela A. Harazim ~ Teach Me Genealogy

"Strangers in the Box" ~ A beautiful poem about preserving family history. Remember to ALWAYS ID your precious family photos, documents and papers from today so that future generations won't only know you and your family as 'the strangers in the box!

Heritage scrapbooking keeps family history alive - Teach Me Genealogy

Teach Me Genealogy Quotes ~ A great site for finding interesting sayings for your heritage pages. (Also an Egyptian quote).

What to ask when you get a chance to quiz your relatives about their lives and…

50 Questions to Ask Relatives About Your Family History

Fifty Questions for Family History Interviews What to Ask the Relatives Dan Dalton/Digital Vision/Getty Images

Family Tree Wreath Tutorial

Five Creative Family Tree Crafts

my winter project! *Rook No. recipes, crafts & whimsies for spreading joy*: Family Tree Wreath Tutorial & Free Printable Vintage Photo Frames

Quote: Family History, A Perishable Commodity

Quote: Family History, A Perishable Commodity

One of the few regrets I have in this life is that I didn't speak about family history sooner with people who are no longer here with us.

150 Questions to Ask Family Members Before They Die

150 Questions to Ask Family Members Before They Pass On

If you are at all interested in family history and preserving memories this website is a must see!

We Transfer old Photos, Videos and Home Movies to DVD which can then be used in cards, invitations, family history projects or a beautiful movie honoring the life of a special person.

52 Questions in 52 Weeks.  By asking one simple question a week, the task of creating a descriptive story of one’s life could be accomplished in a single year

52 Questions in 52 Weeks. By asking one simple question a week, the task of creating a descriptive story of one’s life could be accomplished in a single year.-- This would be perfect to email one each week to my grandparents to compile their life story.

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