It’s time to do a little housekeeping at the Genetti Family Genealogy Project. During the past few weeks I’ve made changes and additions to our website for easier navigation. You will now find “Family Stories” and “Memorials” located in the main menu at the top of each page. Before, these two pages were listed under the Gallery section and were often overlooked by visitors to our site. Since “Family Stories” and “Memorials” contain some of the most interesting information on our website, I wanted to ensure quick access to all of their fascinating info.
You will find three new items listed on the “Family Stories” page, with several more tales currently in the works. Do you have an interesting story about your family you would like to share? Just pop me a message through our Contact page with the details.
Take a spin over to our recently updated “Memorials, Tributes and Obituaries” page and you’ll find many new ancestral obituaries, dating from 1928 through 2021. Over the years, I have collected obits whenever I come across one in an old newspaper or on Ancestry.com. They always make for interesting reading! My collection has now been added to the “Memorials” page, plus I have updated all of our past obituaries and tributes to include new photos or additional info. Stop by and see if you recognize one of your ancestors. We currently have 69 memorials attributed to most branches of the Genetti family found in the United States.
If you have a memorial or obituary from your family that you would like included on our website, drop me a line at our Contact page. Since obits are a prime source of genealogical information, sharing your memorials may help another family historian solve an ancestral mystery or add important details to their own family tree.
Fast link to “Family Stories” – https://genettifamily.com/family-stories/
Fast link to “Memorials, Tributes and Obituaries” – https://genettifamily.com/tributes/
I am overwhelmed Louise. Rick and I spent last night looking over new info. Made me very emotional. Many tears…missing the “old days with family”. I owe you a call,or longggg letter. Coming soon. Hugs and much love.
Glad you enjoyed the new info Sandy! I come across so many stories, news articles, etc. in my research that it’s hard to present it all here on the website. And of course, you have more family memories than I do, so I’m sure reading about our family brings up many emotions for you. Much love to you and Rick.