Janice M. Sellers has been blogging at Ancestral Discoveries since 2011. She is originally from Los Angeles, but now she lives in Portland, Oregon. Janice is a member of: Association of Professional Genealogists, Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy, Genealogical Speakers Guild, Jewish Genealogical Society of Oregon, San Francisco Bay Area Jewish Genealogical Society, and California Genealogical Society. The purpose of Ancestral Discovers is sharing information about research in Eastern Europe, dual citizenship, analysis of documents and research, volunteer opportunities in genealogy, and other genealogy topics.
Janice writes, “I started blogging because I wanted to share about research and information that I think (hope) other people also find interesting, and also to give myself an outlet to write about my own family.”
Some of the surname that Janice is researching include: Adams, Armstrong, Brainin, Brooks, Crawford, Dubiner, Garfinkel, Gauntt, Gordon, Gorodetsky, Kushner, Lippincott, Meckler, Mundy, Nowicki/Novitsky, Stackhouse, Strul, Szocherman, Weiss, and Williams
Recent posts include:
- Identifying Esther Leah (Schneiderman) Gorodetsky
- Lost Lady
- Treasure Chest Thursday: A Surprise Trove about Louis Curdt and Family
Happy Blogiversary Janice!
Contributed by Shannon Thomas
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