Rettie Maye (Martin) Marshall.
What does the face of your genealogy look like? What do your family's stories sound like? Don't know but want to know?
If you are in or around Southern Cali this next week, Jun 10th-12th, then drop on by the Southern California Genealogical Society's 42nd Annual Jamboree, where you will find a whole slew of people ~ from beginner to professional ~ learning how to find their past. Their history. Their stories. And the face(s) of their genealogy.
I assure you that you will be in good company. How can I be so sure? 'Cause I'll be there. *snort* That's right. I'll be soaking up all those Southern Cali rays [Oops. I mean, soaking up all those finding-my-ancestors-how-to's.]
So. Will I see you there?
If you can't make it, but, um, maybe I've sorta kinda gotten you just a wee bit interested in what your genealogy face(s) look(s) like, then perhaps it's time you met Great-Aunt Bernice and my "Getting Started" series for newbies. Oh. And get a load of this face above from my own genealogy, my grandmother, Rettie Maye (Martin) Marshall, a.k.a., "Paw Paw".