Branching Out

Raymond Yegerlehner with unknown girl, c1920 (Photograph courtesy of Steve Yegerlehner)

Raymond Yegerlehner with unknown girl, c1920 (Photograph courtesy of Steve Yegerlehner)

Some of my faithful readers may have noticed over the last month that there are many subtle changes happening to my blog. There are several new sub-pages that can be accessed through the tabs at the top of the page.

First, I have begun accepting genealogy clients again. I have updated my Services page and my About page. I will likely continue to do so in the coming weeks. I am located in northern California so if you need access to repositories in Sacramento, such as the California State Library, I am available. Among its holdings, the state library has a large collection of California newspapers on microfilm which are not accessible online.

Second, I have begun writing short articles for another website. This is a paid writing job for me (which is fabulous). As much as I love my blog, no one pays me for all the work I do. Ultimately, I do plan on becoming a certified genealogist, so every bit of writing I can do helps me in this greater goal. If you would like to read my first article, follow the link:

Third, I am now the host of a one name place study. If you missed the announcement before Thanksgiving, I am now attempting to collect and organize information about Harrison Township, Clay County and Clay City. This is the area where my grandfather Roscoe was born and raised. I am hoping to transcribe and post a couple obituaries a week of citizens of that region of Clay County. If anyone has photographs of people who lived in Clay County, I would love to add them to my photo gallery.

And fourth, I hope to have a big announcement by the end of the year, or least by the end of January! So stay tuned!

4 thoughts on “Branching Out

  1. davidmadison1942

    All VERY impressive, Deb! You’re right, make your passion pay off.

    I’m very intrigued about the upcoming announcement.

    Great photo from Steve’s archive!


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