Are you a genealogist with a desire to improve the quality of your research?

Do you wish you could find more time to keep up with the genealogy community, not to mention conduct your own research?

Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed with all of the information and repositories available online?

Do you wish your research and documents were better organized?

Do you wonder who will carry on your research in the future?

If so, then you’re a lot like me.

This blog is my effort to become a better researcher. I want to learn all that I can about professional genealogical methods, apply what I learn to my  research, and give back to the genealogy community. Most importantly: I want to document it all. This site will serve as a  place to record everything I discover on this journey, and hopefully have a few adventures along the way. I hope you will join me!

~Lisa Frank


  1. Sandi Wiggins

    I love the way you talk about “giving back.” It seems that genealogists are a giving bunch!

    • 1ancestry2littletime

      Thanks – yes it seems as a group genealogists are. It’s so common to have another genealogist help out— so why not pass it on….

      I see you’re doing great with your blog!

  2. Tonia Kendrick

    Good job! It makes me want to stay tuned and see where you go with the blog.

    • 1ancestry2littletime

      Thanks Tonia – that’s good to hear. I’m still not 100% sure myself, but since I’ve been considering starting one for at least 3 years now, and this is the most I’ve thought about it in any given week, it seems I’m headed in the right direction (thanks to you)!

  3. Lynn

    Wow, your off to a great start, love your writing style. Looking forward to reading more.

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  7. John Cobleigh

    Through 10 + years of digging and scratching I’ve found my roots extend deeply in New England. Even with all that work I still feel like a beginner. I’m still trying to uncover the real stories that need to be told. Blogs like yours help me to continue to my efforts. Thank you

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