Einträge mit Tag ‘Daily Blog’

The Whole Internet Truth (Wordless Wednesday)

The Whole Internet Truth

Let’s think a moment about the meaning for genealogy!

Tigger! (Wordless Wednesday)

My daughter Eve – Carnival 2010 – Ganderkesee
Meine Tochter Eve – Fasching 2010 – Ganderkesee

Hochzeit Gottwald & Schneider (1937) (Wordless Wednesday)

Hochzeit – Gertrud Gottwald & Bernhard Schneider

hinten, v.l.n.r.
NN, Paul Elsner, NN, Martha Elsner, NN, Elisabeth Schäfer, Theo Conziora, Lenchen Gottwald, NN, Lenchen Berger, ? Thienel, NN, Hedwig Gottwald, ? Thienel, Maria Kordon, Karl Gottwald, NN, Josef Schneider, Maria Bönisch und August Bönisch

Brautleute v.l.n.r.
August & Maria Schneider, Gertrud & Bernhard Schneider und Berta & Karl Gottwald

davor v.l.n.r.
Angela Bönisch, Norbert & Heinz Elsner, NN

Genealogy Gems Podcast (Follow Friday)

Last time I recommended you my first ever listened genealogy podcast from the Genealogy Guys – it was a pleasure to listen and I watched out for more genealogy in my ears :)

Today I would like to recommend you Genealogy Gems Podcast from Lisa Louise Cooke. I already listened to three episodes and it was lot of fun! Lisa has a nice style to talk about genealogy and her laugh bings me a smile of my face …

About Lisa:

Lisa Louise Cooke has been passionate about family history since she was a little girl sitting at her grandmother’s knee looking at old family scrapbooks.  It’s a dream come true to have turned that passion into a career.

She is the producer and host of the Genealogy Gems Podcast, an audio and video genealogy show available in iTunes.

In addition, Lisa hosts the monthly Family Tree Magazine Podcast and videocasts for Family History Expos.

She is a national genealogy speaker, and author of the book Genealogy Gems: Ultimate Research Strategies as well as the Genealogy Gems News Blog.

Lisa has been happily married to her husband Bill for over two decades and is the proud mother of three beautiful daughters.

Source: http://www.genealogygems.tv/Pages/About.htm

Genealogy Gems Podcast
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The current issue is no. 79 and is a live podcast from the FamilyHistory Expo in Mesa, AZ.

From Lisa’s Blog:

It was such a treat for us to take The Genealogy Gems Podcast on the road this last weekend to the Family History Expo in Mesa, Arizona.  Recording from my studio is enjoyable and comfy, but can’t compare with doing the show in front of a live audience!  What a blast!  And it’s available for listening now!


Of course I had some terrific guests lined up for Episode 79 who lit up the stage.  (Above Gena Philibert Ortega of Gena’s Genealogy Blog.)  Gena inspired the audience to venture into the world of Genealogy Blogs by explaining what they are, how to find them, and how to subscribe.  She even treated them to a photos posted moments before she took the stage which certainly conveyed the immediacy of blogging.

Then Thomas MacEntee of Geneabloggers delivered loads of fun and blogger beads…

Three years of genealogy blogging!

Today – three years ago I published my first genealogy blog-entry!

Willkommen zurück zur Ahnenforschung … (Welcome back to genealogy …)

Three years of interesting genealogy research, adventures, nice connections, many new people and relatives :) A great time … Until january 2007 I have postet 132 articles with 31.645 words and it still makes fun communicating with other genealogy addicteds!

Hope you stay with me :)

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Drei Jahre Ahnenforschungs Blog (Tagebuch)

Heute vor drei Jahren habe ich meinen ersten Eintrag im Genealogie-Tagebuch geschrieben!

Willkommen zurück zur Ahnenforschung …

Drei Jahre voller interessanter Ahnenforschung, Abenteuern, tollen Kontakten, viele neue Leute und Verwandte :) Eine tolle Zeit … Seit Januar 2007 habe ich 132 Einträge mit 31645 Wörtern geschrieben und es macht immer noch Spaß mit anderen Ahnenforschung-Süchtigen zu kommunizieren!

Ich hoffe ihr bleibt mir treu :)

Mein kleiner Vater | My little dad (Wordless Wednesday)

Urgroßmutter Hermine Kracke mit meinem Vater (auf dem Dreirad) und meiner Tante.
Great-Grandmother Hermine Kracke with my dad (on the bicycle) and my aunt. Weiterlesen »

Olding (Surname Saturday)

Es ist Zeit für Surname Saturday!
Diesmal geht es um Olding – der Name Olding ist mit aktuell 143 Personen ja schon recht ordentlich in meinen Vorfahren vertreten. Bisher habe ich mich, sofern ich an dem Familienzweig gearbeitet habe aber meistens um die eigentlichen Fakten gekümmert und weniger die Herkunft des Namen beachtet.

Ok, ich habe mal das Internet bemüht und etwas spärliche Informationen gefunden:

Name OLDING. Ein Zweiteler aus old = wald und dem Suffix ing. Zu ing ist folgendes zu sagen: es bedeutet so viel “zugehörig zu” und war urspünglich weit verbreitet, wie die Ortsnamen mit der Endung ing beweisen.

Diese Namensgebung mit ing hielt sich noch lange, insbesondere in den Niederlanden, in Westfalen, im Oldenburgischen, im Hannoverschen, Mecklenburg und Pommern. Im Süden schon lange nicht mehr.

Quelle: Ahnenforschung.Net Forum

 

Der Name Olding kommt insgesamt 79 Mal in 16 Landkreisen vor. Es gibt schätzungsweise 210 Personen mit diesem Nachnamen. Dies liegt unter dem Durchschnitt für alle deutschen Familiennamen. Ungenügend statistische Daten für diesen Namen. Die Ergebnisse sind u. U. nicht von Nutzen. Er liegt damit an 45516. Stelle der häufigsten Namen.

Die meisten Personen mit dem Familiennamen Olding wurden in Landkreis Osnabrück gefunden; der Name kam 44 Mal im Telefonbuch vor.

Die wenigsten leben in Kreisfreie Stadt Duisburg, mit 1 Telefonbucheinträgen.

Quelle: Ancestry.de

Weitere Artikel zum Thema Olding in meinem Blog und die Olding in meiner Datenbank!

Kick-Ass Genealogy @kickassgenes (Follow Friday)

Kick-Ass Genealogy – How to do family history your relatives will read. That’s the headline of the Katrina McQuarrie’s Blog and she is doing a great job – I love reading her posts …

About her:

Katrina McQuarrie is a Gen Y genealogist who believes in making genealogy more accessible to non-nerds and young people. If you want to get free articles on how to improve your mad genealogy skillz, come and get it.

Recent Posts

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Join her army :)

Hermann & Mary Olding (Tombstone Tuesday)

Hermann H. & Mary G. Olding
*1858 – +1906 | *1858 – +1937

Hermann und Margaretha Olding sind Auswanderer aus Liener, Lindern, Deutschland und Gründer der Olding-Familien in Kentucky, USA.

Henry and Mary Olding are emigrants from Liener, Lindern, Germany and founder of the Olding families in Kentucky, USA. Weiterlesen »

What was your best Genealogy Moment during 2009?

Randy Seaver asked, Thomas MacEntee answered and now it is my time to tell you what was my best Genealogy Moment during 2009?

I think the best thing in 2009 was the story how I discovered the Olding relatives in Kentucky, USA.
It started when I researched all the Olding from the church-books of Liener, Lindern, Germany – I joined all the pieces together and used further sources to complete the search. The chronicle of Liener showed me that there where three brother who immigrated to the US around 1880 and the years after that …

Would be great to find them! I started a search with some other helpers and found some census records in Covington, Kentucky, USA and made a match. I found these emigrants …
After some additional research I found a findagrave.com site with pictures of headstones from the descendants of the emigrants. I made connection to the owner of this site – and, YES! I found Jack Olding – the cousin 3rd grade of my mother-in-law.
With Jack, I have found a really hugh bunch of Oldings in USA.

A really great adventure :)

All my blog posts about the Olding‘s!
My regards to Jack and the rest of the Olding family in Kentucky!