This week’s theme is “Loss.” Loss is universal. There are many ways to explore this theme, whether it’s the loss of a loved one, a livelihood, freedom, or even the loss of records where an ancestor lived.
This week’s theme is “Fortune.” Merriam-Webster gives several definitions for fortune: A large sum of money; prosperity attained partly through luck; or destiny, fate.
This week’s theme is “Multiples.” Any twins in the family? What about triplets? Or maybe you have an ancestor with multiple marriages or multiple jobs?
This week’s theme is “Power.” Does that mean physical strength, political power, power in the family, electrical power? Think of an ancestor or relative who can be connected to the word “power”.
Continuing the 52 Weeks project, week 7’s theme is “Unusual Source.” Not all of our genealogy discoveries come in the “regular” sources like vital records and the census. What is a discovery that you’ve made using an unusual source?