I am a Welsh Mormon Pioneer

I am a Welsh Mormon Pioneer (By Jamie Dunham Decker) I am excited to welcome Jamie Dunham Decker as a guest blogger this week. Jamie lives in the suburbs of Philadelphia. She is a Temple and Family History Consultant for the LDS Church, Genealogist-in-training, a wife and mom of three, a hairstylist, and a blogger.

Researching a Family Legend

Researching a Family Legend

Family History Legend Do you have a family legend in your family history? Chances are that you do, whether you know it or not. Family legends are not necessarily a bad thing. Family storytelling can strengthen individuals and families. They remind us of our heritage and can give us a sense of identity. However, oral

Mormon Trail Maps

Mormon Trail Maps One of my booth neighbors at RootsTech was the gregarious Frank Nielsen of Mormon Trail Maps. I admired his gorgeous maps on display. Because I love maps I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to talk to him. Frank is a very likable guy, and I enjoyed talking with him. I asked about

Pilgrim’s Progress – The Mayflower Society

Update on My Application to Join The Mayflower Society Two weeks ago I wrote about my intent to join The General Society of Mayflower Descendants. I began that process and sent my initial information to the historian of the Utah Chapter of The Mayflower Society. He was very prompt (and VERY helpful) in responding. In

Resources for Early LDS Pioneers

Learn More about LDS Pioneers Many of my readers are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church). This article highlights some amazing resources to help you find information about LDS pioneers in the great “Mormon Migration.” By this term, I mean both the influx of early converts from Europe as well

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