Another week means another letter in the Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge, and we are now up to the letter ‘K’.
If you’ve just discovered our Alphabet Challenge, please feel free to join in. There’s no need to start at the beginning – and we’d love for your to join us. You can read more about it here … but in short we are looking for genealogists worldwide who are bloggers, Facebookers, and/or Tweeters to join us. All you need to do is use the current letter for the week (this week’s letter is K), and connect it to someone, something, or a topic relating to your family that you’d like write about. Sound like fun? It is …
Each letter has brought out so many wonderful topics that people have thought of: family members, websites, photographic montages, occupations, memorabilia and ephemera, family stories, emigration, genealogy programs and apps … and OH SO MUCH MORE! If you have some spare time, read the blog posts. You can find them all at the bottom of each letters entry.
If anyone has any queries, please feel free to write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
So, without further ado it’s now time for ‘K’.
Below are the contributions from the geneablogger community, alphabetical by the name of the blog, followed by the title of the post. If you’re on twitter, and wish to contribute or just follow the topic, follow the #fhalphabet hashtag.
100 Years in America, J and K are for… Just Kidding!
A History of Four Families, Family History Through the Alphabet – K is for Kindness (Genealogical Acts of) and Kernan
A Pocket Full of Family Memories, Family History Through The Alphabet Challenge : K is for… Keep
AncestorChasing, K is for … Korweinguboora
Australian Genealogy Journeys, K is for Kersey and Kenealy – Family History Through the Alphabet – Week 11
Dance Skeletons, K is for … Kitchens
Discovering Latvian Roots, Ķ is for Ķimene and Ķiploks
FamilyHistory4U, Family History Through The Alphabet – K for Kelly’s Handbook
Family History Across the Seas, K is for Kudos
Family History Fun, K is for Kith & Kin, Kindness Kudos & Keeper of the Family Archives – plus Kathleen
Finding Eliza, “K” is for King Street
From Helen V Smith’s Keyboard, K is for Kelvin Grove School
Geniaus, Family History Through the Alphabet – K is for … reaching out
lonetester HQ, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge: K is for … Old Words
Mountain Genealogists, Family History Through the Alphabet – “K” is for “Eydie Kaye”
My Ancestors and Me, K is for Killed (or Died) in Childhood – Family History Through the Alphabet
Olga’s Genealogy, Genealogy by means of the alphabet – K [translated from Dutch]
Seeking Susan ~ Meeting Marie ~ Finding Family, Kk is for – Kokoda Track and the 39th…
Spirits of the Old, Family History Through the Alphabet Challenge ~K is for Kindness
Strong Foundations, K is for KILLED
Tracking Down the Family, Family History Through The Alphabet: Letter K
What’s Past is Prologue, K is for Księgi Parafialne
Who’s Your Grammie?, K is for Kunkle, Estella May
My K contribution at http://scotsue-familyhistoryfun.blogspot.co.uk/2012/07/k-is-for-kith-kin-kindness-kudos-keeper.html
K is for King Street at http://findingeliza.com/archives/6401
Mine’s done : http://geniaus.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/family-history-through-alphabet-k-is_21.html
K is for Killed
K is for Ksiegi Parafialne….that means church books in Polish (and conveniently gave me a K word)
K is (finally) for kitchens: http://danceskeletons.blogspot.com.au/2012/07/k-is-for.html
K is for Knuist en Kroeders (both surnames|) http://genealogievanolga.blogspot.nl/2012/09/genealogie-door-middel-van-het-alfabet-k.html