Monthly Archives: November 2015

Collecting Loos Puzzle Pieces

A section of the Alzey-Worms Map that includes Erbes-Budesheim.
A section of the Alzey-Worms Map that includes Erbes-Budesheim.

I have began a new Genealogy Research Project that  may be a bit too grand for my expertise. My ultimate goal is to determine the Loos Genealogy for the villages in the Alzey-Worms district  at or around my Loos ancestral village, Erbes-Budesheim in the 1700 to 1800s.  I would be happy though if all I discover is the familial connections between the Loos’ in Erbes Budesheim. Continue reading Collecting Loos Puzzle Pieces

Mirror Mirror on the Tree

Photo from Sutterstock.com
Photo from Shutterstock.com

I have recently joined a great Facebook Group called DNA Detectives that I believe was started by Cece Moore one of the genealogists on Genealogy Roadshow. It is a group dedicated for those using DNA to locate biological family of adoptees.  Besides being inspired from all of the posts from those that have connected with lost family members,  I have gotten a lot of great ideas for new research strategies for finding my grandfather’s biological family. Continue reading Mirror Mirror on the Tree