We’re happy to announce that Linda Stufflebean will be taking over the role of Premium Membership Chair. During her 18 years of blogging, Linda has always been extremely supportive of other genealogy providers. She’ll be a great asset to the GeneaBlogger organization!
Get to Know Linda Stufflebean
Linda Stufflebean has been an avid genealogist for 40+ years, chasing ancestors all over the United States, Canada, England, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Slovakia. She is 50% Carpatho-Rusyn with a mix of English, Scottish, Danish, Dutch and Swedish thrown in.
She started her blog, Empty Branches on the Family Tree, in January 2014 and posts new content daily – a mix of family stories, brick wall tips, research resources, and book reviews. She is a retired special education teacher who migrated to southern California via Rhode Island and Mexico City and then settled in Tucson, Arizona after retirement.
Linda’s other hobbies include quilting and, before the pandemic, traveling the world, especially on cruise ships.
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Hi Linda, I am very fasinated over your research on the Tidik name. I have documation and pictures that show a direct family connection beween the Udol, and Ruskovce Tidik names (100 miles apart, and that is not without the possibility of a few days travel on foot for some of the younger/farther from inheartance) persons. A third page would be in order, including certain noticable traits as evidenced in pictures.