Thursday, July 20, 2006

A Genealogical Geography Lesson has an interesting map of professional genealogists. It appears that one enterprising researcher has set up shop halfway across the Atlantic—hoping, no doubt, to capture both the American and European markets.

Upon further investigation, the researcher in question is based in Australia, which—if I remember my elementary-school geography correctly—is a bit closer to Hawaii than to Rhode Island.

Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak

Hey Chris,

For one fleeting moment, I fancied that some brilliant genealogist had figured out how to make a living while sailing back and forth across the Atlantic on the QE2. Ah, well . . . I can dream, can't I?

Thanks for the geography lesson!


I thought she was just realy, really good at treading water.

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