I’ve been at this family history business long enough, six years (the equivalent of 56 years in Internet terms), to be considered something of an expert. So I thought I’d jot down some of the worst advice I received during my quest, for the benefit of neophytes who want to embark on a family history […]
Archives for December 2014
Some families are lucky to have a single relative who invented something famous, like the Egg McMuffin, the fins on Cadillacs, or, more important, the electric fork, which my father used in conjunction with an electric knife to carve a holiday turkey. I consider myself very fortunate to have had three highly enterprising ancestors who […]
The Goren Group recently purchased William Boyce Thompson’s Alder Manor mansion on the Hudson River with the intent to restore it to its former glory. That will be a difficult mountain to climb.