Family History Through the Alphabet – M is for …

Hey, guess what? We’ve made it half way through the Alphabet Challenge already. That went quick didn’t it! But even though we’re half way through the “Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge, if anyone new wants to join in please feel free to do so. Join us for one or two letters, or the rest of the alphabet, whatever works for you.

As with each week, the one rule of this Challenge is that you need to use the current letter of the week and connect it to someone or something relating to your family history, and this weeks letters is ‘M’. So a place, a person, or a thing relating to family history that starts with the letter M!

Now M seems an easy letter (at least compared to K) … so tell us what M relates to in your family history …

Just a reminder that you can view all the geneabloggers posts for each letter by going to that letter’s page, and scrolling to the bottom – they’re all listed there.

We will list all posts from fellow geneabloggers for the letter “M” below. If you’re a tweeter, and wish to contribute or just follow the topic, follow the #fhalphabet hashtag. On Facebook, you can comment under each letter’s post.

If you do have any queries regarding the Challenge, feel free to email Alona at alona@gould.com.au.

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Here’s the contributions from the genealogy blogging community. I’ve listed the blog name alphabetically, followed by the post:

A History of Four Families, Family History Through the Alphabet – M is for Military Service, Mistakes, Midwest, Molnar, & McLaughlin
A Pocket Full of family Memories, Family History Through The Alphabet Challenge : M is for … my Mother, Music and Medicine
AncestorChasing, M is for …. Memorial
Are My Roots Showing?, M is for … MYSTERY!
Australian Genealogy Journeys, M is for Marrows, Matthews, McAllister, McCarthy, McMahon and Mulhall – Family History Through the Alphabet – Week 13
Dance Skeletons, M is for …
Discovering Latvian Roots, M is for Manorial Estate
Family History Across the Seas, M is for Mental Gymnastics, Maths and Mothers
Family History Fun, M is for Muddle, Mix Ups, Mistakes, Memories & Moods – plus Much More
FamilyHistory4U, Family History Through the Alphabet – “M” for Muster Rolls
Finding Eliza, M is for Monterey
From Helen V Smith’s Keyboard, M is for Memorial
Geniaus, Family History Through the Alphabet – M is for … You’ve got Mail
lonetester HQ, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: M is for … Memoires, Memoirs and a Headstone
My Ancestors and Me, M is for Matrilineal Ancestors – Family History Through the Alphabet
Olga’s Genealogy, Genealogy by means of the alphabet – M is for Matrilineal Lines [translated from Dutch]
Seeking Susan ~ Meeting Marie ~ Finding Family, Mm is for – Mysterious Musicians and Mariners
Strong Foundations, M is for Madeline Mottram
Tracking Down the Family, Family History Through The Alphabet: Letter M
Western District Families, M is for…Methodist
What’s Past is Prologue, M is for Maps
Who’s Your Grammie?, M is for Maria Barbara Miller

11 thoughts on “Family History Through the Alphabet – M is for …

  1. See M is for… You’ve got mail at

    http://geniaus.blogspot.com.au/2012/08/family-history-through-alphabet-m-is.html

    Can’t believe that I’ve Managed to keep up with the challenge!

  2. Junkies, explosives and wife abuse on Monterey Street in 1971 as the tour of streets in my life continues http://findingeliza.com/archives/6647

  3. […] the Family History through the Alphabet Challenge… M is for Maps! What do maps have to do with family history? Maps can mean a lot to research – […]

  4. Here is my contribution for “M” – “M is for Methodist” http://mywdfamilies.wordpress.com/2012/08/07/m-is-for-methodist/

  5. If you enjoy the game of “Where’s Wally?” you might like to join me on my “Mm is for – Mysterious Musicians and Mariners” post and play a game of “Where’s Harry?” to help identify which of the “likely lads” might be my Grandfather :-)http://wp.me/p2adWw-lX

  6. […] is for Manorial Estate This is a good one for the Family History Through the Alphabet challenge, something I mention quite a lot but I’m not sure if I’ve ever really […]

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