Putnam/ Dougherty family genealogy

as-far-as-any-one-knowsIn 2014 when I started blogging I discovered Any Johnson Crows challenge to write a story on one ancestor each week for a year. I followed that challenge and have continued to tell my stories over the years. This past year I sort of fell down on my personal challenge of posting once a week and have decided I need a new challenge for this year. I’m looking for ideas and would love to hear how others are staying motivated and what challenge you are using. Yes I’ve looked at a few of the challenges on the internet but have yet to find one that resonates with me. Give me some ideas.


Comments on: "52 Ancestors -#1 a new year a new challenge" (2)

  1. A few years ago I tried the “Family History Through the Alphabet” as a challenge. You know, “A is for ….”. I kept me thinking creatively for 26 weeks!


  2. I am doing the 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks. I haven’t found anything current. Since I did not see the challenge in 2015, I am completing it now. I hope your find something exciting.


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