Dealing with Genealogy Disappointments

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  1. chmjr2 says:

    It is the disappointments you named in your post we all share in one form or another. But each one really is a step closer many times to the answers we are looking for. I have had brick walls stand in my way for years (try 40) until I found my way around them. I also think what we are unable finish ourselves, that by laying the ground work others in the future will be able to carry on and find what we are searching for. Also like you said disappointments are not taught, but I think someone could give a very good lecture on this subject.


    1. Trisha says:

      This is a post I went back and forth decided to post or not. I didn’t want to sound negative. Thanks for your comment it is so encouraging to know that it isn’t just me that has these moments.


  2. Katoomba21 says:

    I have been reading a number of your posts and they are really interesting with some things that I can relate to in terms of genealogy research. I started my tree six years ago with no idea about how to do this type of research. I’ve had some brick walls too, (one of my posts is called finding a breakthrough) Feel free to read my blog at, you can also follow me on Twitter @Katoomba21


    1. Trisha says:

      Thank you so much for reading my blog. I will check out your blog, finding a breakthrough and I will follow you on Twitter as well. Follow me @GenJourneyBlog on Twitter. Thanks again.


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