Episode 4 – French Canadian Sacramental Records

In our long-awaited fourth episode,  Denise Picard Lindgren joins us to chat about French Canadian Sacramental records. She will be speaking at the upcoming NERGC Conference (New England Regional Genealogical Consortium) April 26 – 29, 2017.

Speaking of the NERGC Conference, we talk with blogger Heather Wilkinson Rojo a bit about the conference itself.

More details about the conference can be found at

Oh – and here is the Episode itself!

Other Links mentioned in this Episode:

New England Regional Genealogical Consortium –

Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc. –

Nutfield Genealogy –


American-Canadian Genealogical Society, Manchester, NH –

American-French Genealogical Society, Woonsocket, RI –

Vermont French-Canadian Genealogical Society, Burlington, VT –

New England Historical Society Catholic Records –

The Catholic Heritage Archive at Find My Past –


Dear Myrtle –
Ancestry.Com –
Family Search –

Produced with the help of Access Nashua, It’s your station –


Episode 3 – The Family History Center

A couple of months back I had the pleasure of interviewing the former, and current directors of the Nashua, NH Family History Center.  It took some time for us to connect and on the day of taping here in the studio – we had a power outage.

Well, not wanting to be held back by this Brick Wall – we grabbed a location kit and drove across town to the Family History Center itself and had a chat about the resources that they have to offer, research tips, and stories to help inspire you.

The Family History Center in Nashua is located at:
110 Concord Street
Nashua NH 03064

Links Discussed in this Episode:

Nashua FHC on Facebook – [Link]
Nashua FHC on the Family Search Wiki – [Link]


Episode 1 is here!

Episode 1 is finally complete.

This episode features author, blogger and genealogist Deb Sweeney of

We discuss her latest book ‘Dear Mother, Love Daddy’, and then explore a local cemetery in search of a family plot.

Be sure to visit http://discoveringyourpast.wordpress…. for more information about this, and upcoming episodes.

Do you have any stories relating to searching for relatives in cemeteries? Join the discussion on our facebook page –

Links mentioned in this episode:

Genealogy Lady:

Nashua’s Edgewood and Woodlawn Cemetery Search Form: [Link]