“Lost Voices” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace explores the vocal landscape of your ancestry through accents, dialects and languages.
“Nosing Around in the Past” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace explores memory recall and the sense of smell.
“Food to Remember with Debbie Wiseman” a blog post from historytrace exploring the poignancy of food within family cultural heritage.
“Beneath our Feet” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace explores walking in the very footsteps of your ancestors.
“Ex Libris” a Thursday Thoughts blog post from historytrace considers heirloom books and what your family treasures can tell you about your ancestors.
“Tradition Bearers and Musical Heritage” a Thursday Thoughts blogpost from historytrace considers your family’s musical heritage.
“Revered and Remembered Ancestors” a Thursday Thoughts blogpost from historytrace explores what researching your ancestors can mean to you – from hobby or personal heritage exploration to ancestral veneration and remembrance.
“End of the Ancestral Line?” a Thursday Thoughts blogpost from historytrace explores what it means to be last person to carry your family name and family name changes.
“Follow in the Footsteps” a Thursday Thoughts blogpost from historytrace uncovers your ancestors’ occupations and ponders whether you follow in their occupational footsteps?
“Tell Me an Old Story” a Thursday Thoughts blogpost from historytrace explores what lies behind your family lore and oral traditions?
Music has the power to take us straight back to a specific historical time and place – explore music and memory as a springboard to family recollections.
Are you thinking of starting your own Jewish family history research? Get some guidance from the 11 part historytrace blog series Research Your Own – RYO.
Reflections on spending time together during this festive season, sharing the facts and narratives of our life stories.
Family Traditions at Chanukah and Christmas, a time to share family stories and cultural family heritage.