It’s time to celebrate! Empty Branches on the Family Tree is celebrating its 10th blogiversary! Linda Stufflebean began blogging on January 16, 2014 with the goal of not only sharing family history information but also to share tips, methods and genealogy resources that she has used during her 45 years of experience working on the family tree.

Her goal today is the same, hoping to encourage researchers to properly research and document their own family trees.

She is a retired teacher, originally from Passaic, New Jersey, who retired to Tucson Arizona by way of Southern California. By her own admission, she is a genealogy addict and has volunteered her time for 14 years teaching the Anquestors class Tucson.

Linda is a member of the New England Historic Genealogical Society, Utah Genealogical Association, GRIVA, Essex Society for Family History in England, Chula Vista Genealogical Society, Pima County Genealogy Society and the Sun City Vistoso Genealogical Society.

Three recent posts include:

Linda plans to continue blogging for many more years!

Contributed by Linda Stufflebean, our Premium Member chair. A blogiversary spotlight post is a benefit of Premium Membership.

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