Saturday Night Genealogy Fun: Dear Genea-Santa

It’s December and it will be time for Santa to make his sleigh trip before we know it. This week’s challenge by Randy Seaver on Genea-Musings is so time appropriate:

Write your Genea-Santa letter. Have you been a good genealogy girl or boy? What genealogy-oriented items are on your Christmas wish list? They could be family history items, technology items, or things that you want to pursue your ancestral quest.


Trade Card in my personal collectiion

Here is my 2023 wish list for Genea-Santa:

Dear Genea-Santa,

I’ve been a really really good genea-buddy this year. I’ve regularly posted family history stories, I’ve contacted those who have left comments or had questions, I’ve shared my research with anyone interested and I even taught a 4-week class for genealogy beginners this past summer. That’s all in addition to teaching my local Anquestors group each month.

My wish list isn’t very long this year either. I am very fortunate that my computer is pretty new, as are my two monitors. I’m up-to-date with software so the tech end is looking pretty good. I don’t really need any books either.

However, I do have some items on my list:

Genea-Santa, would you please point new cousins my way – especially those who have old family Bibles or old family photographs???

Next, kind of along the same idea, could you find lost records for a few of my ancestors? I’d still really love to see a pre-1828 church book for Udol, Slovakia and records from poor little burned courthouses in Buckingham County, Virginia and Marion County, Tennessee. Those records would really help me solve a handful of dead ends.

I told you my list was short this year, so here is my last request.

Would you please give out lots of peace and goodwill along with a generous dose of understanding to each home around the world that you visit? We could really use a lot of that in 2024.

As always, Genea-Santa, there will be cookies and milk waiting for you.

Merry Christmas!
Linda

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