Donna, Genealogy, and Traveling

Donna and I talked about Donna’s travel experiences and how it relates to a portion of her love for genealogy.

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Terry Halloran and Brian Halloran

Brian Halloran (58) interviews his mother, Terry Halloran (84), about her life before she got married and had kids. Terry describes living through several pivotal moments in history in addition to sharing a particularly difficult time in her life.

Melody Fawcett, Nathan Blunt, Hilary Rajchel

Melody met her cousins, Nathan and Hilary about ten years ago as a result of genealogy research. They come together today to share what brought them to their searches and the impact it had on them and the family.

UHP SA 2 with Doug Demlow!

This is an interview talking with my grandpa, Doug Demlow, about his life and about genealogy!!

Grammy and I

I asked my grandmother, Trenda Burkes, many questions about her life up until now.

History ancestor review

We talked about Family and his past and his ancestors and our relationships and how things in the past have affected us.

Interview with Dr. Steve Dunkin

Dr. Steve Dunkin talks about growing up in Knoxville, Tennessee, his genealogical research, his time in the military, and his return to East Tennessee. He also talks about his work with the Smoky Mountain Hiking Club and his connection with...

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Karen Andres and Bob Elkins

Karen Andres (72) and her uncle Robert "Bob" Elkins (95) talk about their family's history in Russia, New York, and California.

Interview with Bernice Spier for the Great Thanksgiving Listen, 2015

We discussed Bernice's childhood as a Methodist minister's daughter, her professional challenges, ancestors, places lived, problems moving around, and family.

AUDREY KLINKENBERG (PART TWO)

Audrey explains her start in genealogy and how her insatiable curiosity has propelled her to record life and death in Saugerties. Everybody knows Audrey. And now that she's powered by a laptop and Google, rather than pen or copier, Audrey...

Interview with Papa Tim

I asked my Papa Tim questions regarding his life and his migration patterns

From Klausner to Clausner

In this interview, my father explains about his philosophical views of life. How he went from a teenager working hard and long hours on the farm in the summer, to going to college to having 2 girls that he hopes...

Jim Batchelder and Alex Wu

Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Jim Batchelder, with thirteen generations in Massachusetts, recollects his life growing up in Andover. After becoming a beloved art teacher for many years, and working closely with the Andover Center for History and Culture to...

Memories of a teenager in war time and an ancestor of the pilgrims at Thanksgiving

I interviewed my 87 year old grandfather at Thanksgiving, right after the birth of my daughter - his first great grandchild. We discussed his memories of volunteering as a teenager in World War II efforts on the home front, his...

A Tale of Two Plantations Connecting Lives 200 years later

In this talk the historian Richard Dunn talks to Colleen Rodgers about the book he wrote that chronicles the lives of her ancestors in the 1770s that lived on the Mesopotamia Plantation in Jamaica.