Connecting Generations
Connecting Generations
Here's 71 ways to share family history information with the people you love, in ways they will pay attention to and remember, by Liz Mangum Shellum and Cameron Shellum.
Knight and Peck Family Genealogy Updates
What's already been done and where to look to do more. Read this before you submit Knight names to the temple, by Darrell Knight.
Seven Family History Activities for All Ages
These activities, ideal for extended families who are physically distanced, include 'What did Grandma cook?,' 'Who do I look like on the family tree?,' and 'Where did they live?' by Diane Mangum.
Adding Memories to Memorial Day
How to plan a meaningful visit to a family cemetery. Also included: how to locate your family burial sites and a list of burial sites for the Joseph and Polly Knight family, by Liz Mangum Shellum.
How to Write a Good Obituary and Why it Matters
Learn how to write an obituary that accurately documents a person's life for future generations to find, by Liz Mangum Shellum.
Relative Finder Group
Use the Relative Finder site to see how you connect to other Knight family members. Our group is the Joseph Knight Sr. group. The password is JosephKnightSr and is case sensitive.
Family-Friendly Websites for Games and Family History Help
Try these four free websites to learn more of your own history. Great for kids and families, too. By John Mangum.
Headstone Photo Volunteers
Contribute headstone photos to Find A Grave as a photo volunteer. Perfect for groups or individuals, this service is a great way to help others solve their family history mysteries, by Liz Mangum Shellum.

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