Discovering My Ancestors -- One Cousin at a Time
Lisa, I feel sorry for you, but I'm also experiencing it too, not 100 today, but very high humidity. And, I am in Massachusetts. The weather has been terrible in July. Enjoy the microfilm reading...and your walk to your car!
Lisa, I just have to ask. How did you make out, find anything good in the rolls? Bet you accomplished more than me yesterday.
Barbara, Thanks for asking. I made it through three rolls of film before I went a little "cross eyed". I am searching for Haley ancestors in the tax rolls in the early-mid 1800's. I found a few people where they are supposed to be, but am still in search of the elusvie Jesse Haley. He's there somewhere.
That sounds like a perfect activity for 100-degree weather. It was hot and humid in Ohio on Saturday, too -- too hot to be outside. It's great that you found a few of your ancestors.
Archives are the best places to be when it's muggy. Before I got AC I used to drive to Boston and spend the day at NEHGS- and stay until they kicked me out!