SNGF

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun – FamilySearch Indexing

25 February 2012 And More

Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings has posted this week’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun and the topic is FamilySearch Indexing! Your mission, should you decide to accept it (and I really think that you should do this), is to: 1)  If you are not one already, become a FamilySearch Indexing volunteer so that you can work on […]

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Saturday Night Genealogy Fun – yDNA from a Maternal Line

28 January 2012 And More

Randy Seaver’s challenge this week is to: Find a living male person in your database from your maternal grandfather’s patrilineal line who could take a Y-DNA test. Answer these questions: 1) What was your mother’s father’s name? 2) What is your mother’s father’s patrilineal line? That is, his father’s father’s father’s … back to the […]

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Sunday Morning Genealogy Fun: The Ancestors GeneaMeme

16 October 2011 And More

I’m a day late for this week’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun mission from Randy Seaver at Genea-Musings. Your mission, should you decide to accept it is to: 1) Participate in the Ancestors GeneaMeme created by Jill Ball on the Geniaus blog. 2) Write your own blog post, or add your response as a comment to […]

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Where I’m From

23 July 2011 And More

Randy Seaver has new SNGF challenge posted and it’s a good one! Hey there, Genea-Nauts — It’s Saturday Night, and time for more Genealogy Fun!! Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to: 1) Write a poem about “Where I’m From” using the template found at the website http://www.swva.net/fred1st/wif.htm 2) Tell us about […]

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16 Great-Greats and a Heritage Pie: Saturday Night Genealogy Fun

16 July 2011 And More

Randy Seaver of Genea-Musings has come up with another great challenge for this week’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun: Your mission tonight, should you decide to accept it, is to: 1) List your 16 great-great-grandparents with their birth, death and marriage data (dates and places). [Hint - you might use an Ancestral Name List from your […]

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Top 7 Things On My Genea-Bucket List

2 July 2011 And More

Randy Seaver has come up with a great challenge for this week’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun: Your mission, should you decide to accept it, is to: Knowing that a “Bucket List” is a wish list of things to do before death: 1) What is on your Genealogy Bucket List? What research locations do you want […]

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Ahnentafel Roulette

15 January 2011 Family Stories

Randy Seaver has Saturday Night Genealogy Fun up at Genea-Musings.  Check out this week’s assignment: 1) How old is one of your grandfathers now, or how old would he be if he had lived? Divide this number by 4 and round the number off to a whole number. This is your “roulette number.” 2) Use […]

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Saturday Night Genealogy Fun: Most Prolific Father

21 June 2010 Family Stories

Randy Seaver’s SNGF challenge this week (and yes, I realize I’m two days late) is to: Determine who is one of the most prolific fathers in your genealogy database or in your ancestry. By prolific, I mean the one who fathered the most children. This one was easy for me.  John D. Wilfong Whitener, my […]

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SNGF – Most Recent Unknown Ancestor

21 November 2009 Most Wanted

Randy Seaver’s latest mission for us is to locate our Most Recent Unknown Ancestor.  The mission instructions are: 1) Who is your MRUA – your Most Recent Unknown Ancestor? This is the person with the lowest number in your Pedigree Chart or Ahnentafel List that you have not identified a last name for, or a […]

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And then there were 16

8 August 2009

Randy Seaver’s Saturday Night Genealogy Fun Assignment is to list one’s 16 great-great-grandparents, include their dominant ancestry and to calculate one’s own dominant ancestry. My spin on this is to look back an additional four generations from the ggg’s in order to identify their ancestry.  Many, many of my ancestors were already on these shores […]

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