I’m Nancy Hendrickson, a multi-published non-fiction author. I’ve written for magazines, websites, and book publishers. Mostly non-fiction. To feed my soul, I write essays, poetry, and novels. I also create iPhone-based art. And Yes, I Did Tear It Down. After 20 years of owning this website, I realized it simply didn’t fit me anymore.
My name is Nancy Hendrickson and I’m passionate about family history. I built this site to (hopefully) inspire you to start saving your family stories and photographs. As a life-long genealogy buff and author ( Unofficial Guide to Ancestry.com, Second Edition and Unofficial Ancestry.com Workbook) I’ve filled this site with articles and ...
H i, I’m Nancy Hendrickson, the author of Ancestral Tarot. I’ve spent most of my life searching for dead people, and now I write about using Tarot to communicate with them. Pop over to Amazon and read the amazing stuff people are saying about my book. Can I brag and say you’ll recognize a few names, like Benebell Wen, Mary K. Greer ...
Jul 13, 2018 · My cousin, Peggy recently scanned one of those newsletters. (If you click the newsletter you can see it full size). Published March 4, 1945, it mentioned several men in service including my uncle, Merrill Liebig, and my dad, Herschel Hendrickson.
Digging into RootsWeb and Its Resources. By Nancy Hendrickson Premium. RootsWeb is the granddaddy of Internet genealogy, with a history that reaches back to the Dark Ages of Usenet and UNIX. It began as a small dream and evolved into a grand vision of unlimited access to free genealogical resources, assembled and put online by volunteers.
NEWSLETTER SUMMER 2012 ... in New York State) ... Brian and Nancy Heineman Nancy Hendrickson Historical and Literary Club Judith and Chris Hunter
Naming your newsletter will probably be your easiest decision. You could use your family surname, as in Hendrickson Newsletter; or be more creative, à la Climbing the Hendrickson Family Tree. Stay on topics. After you’ve finalized a publishing schedule and a name, it’s time to write the first newsletter.