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Childhood Memory Monday – Green Machine

Monday, 11 Jan 2010 | by Mark Tucker

 

Here is something new I am trying here at ThinkGenealogy.  It’s called Childhood Memory Monday.  This is where I share something memorable from my childhood.  Sometimes I will present lessons learned or ponder why a certain memory is still “living” when so many have been forgotten.

Now, lets get rolling.

Back in the time when Big Wheels ruled the street (Did you own a Big Wheel?), a new challenger appeared…

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Puzzle the Past

Monday, 27 Jul 2009 | by Mark Tucker

As genealogists we spend many hours unpuzzling the past of our ancestors.  Maybe we should spend some time puzzling it!

A great way to share the past with the next generation of family historians is to create picture puzzles of ancestor photos.  One tool that can do this is a web site called PuzzleTouch.

After going to http://puzzletouch.com/ click the Create Puzzle button in the section on the right:

Create Puzzle

The next screen asks you to upload a photo.  This is a picture of my grandmother when she was a little girl in Largo, New Mexico.  The family lovingly refers to her as the “Largo Kid”.

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Ancestry.com Name Change Comic

Monday, 13 Jul 2009 | by Mark Tucker

When Dick Eastman announced that The Generations Network changed its name back to Ancestry.com, I thought of this comic.  All in good fun.

TGN Name Change Comic

My Great Grandfather Cartoonized

Friday, 12 Jun 2009 | by Mark Tucker

Two days ago I discussed my new cartoon profile picture and talked about my interest in making a cartoon version of one of my ancestors.  One of my favorite ancestors is my great grandfather, Worth Tucker.  I have few pictures of him and what I do have is the result of too much photocopying.  The picture is grainy.

For this cartoon, I decided to do it all myself without the middle step of the Cartoon Me website.

Here are both the original photo and the cartoon version:

Worth Tucker Cartoon

 

What do you think?

Bumper Stickers for Genealogists

Sunday, 24 May 2009 | by Mark Tucker

Going along on a similar car train of thought as the genealogy license plates here and here, I created some sayings for genealogy-related bumper stickers.  As far as I know these are original creations:

  • My Fred is dead. Is yours?
  • My Cherokee princess ancestor is more documented than your Cherokee princess ancestor.
  • Researching your ancestors is a grave pastime.
  • Genealogy is so much fun people are dying to help you out.
  • Slow down; you could be my 3rd cousin twice removed.
  • Genealogists are strong; they break through brick walls.
  • Genealogy is all around. Just look at the evidence.
  • I’m tops on my ahnentafel!
  • No kidding! You are also President Obama’s fourth cousin once removed?
  • Mission Genealogical: microfilm is not just for spies.
  • Citing sources is so exciting.

As a genealogist or family historian, what would you want on a bumper sticker?

BONUS:

You know when you are driving behind a genealogist when …

… the SUV in front of you has the entire back window covered with white stick-people stickers to form a 4-generation pedigree chart.

 

NOTE: I created this post a few days ago while I was still on a roll with the license plates.  My plan was to post it on Tuesday after the holiday weekend.  Then along comes Randy Seaver with his Saturday Night Genealogy Fun — Create a Bumper Sticker challenge so I’ve decided to post this now.  Technically it is now early Sunday morning (its just after midnight) but I have been working all night on an article for Digital Genealogist and just saw Randy’s post.  No time now to Photoshop bumper stickers, maybe another day.  Hopefully I can make up for it with quantity.

More Genealogy License Plates

Thursday, 21 May 2009 | by Mark Tucker

Here are some more license plates you might see for a genealogist.  Let me know if you have actually seen any of these or add your own creations to the comments.

  • 1COUSIN

  • 2NDSITE

  • ANCSTRY

  • BCG

  • BRKWALL

  • CEMETRY

  • CENSUS

  • CENXPRT

  • CG CGL

  • CGO

  • CITESRC

  • DAR

  • DEADFAM

  • DECEASD

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