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Sifting through my father’s papers

Well, it’s taken me a little more than one year, but I’ve completed an initial sorting and organization of my father’s genealogy files. He had quite diligently collected several bankers boxes of important information about our ancestors, narrative history, reference information about the places they called home and correspondence galore.

My initial objective for the […]

Moving Forward

Sitting here on a bright Labor Day morning in Simsbury, Connecticut, I find myself thinking about that past year and the impact of my father’s passing on this website and blog. Larry L. Boulden was the driving force behind the research that populates this site. It was but one of his many passions. But, he […]

My Other Brothers

Garth, Don, and Kirk Boulden… almost more than cousins, they were my Other Brothers, born before my blood brothers Roger and Greg, and always there during my childhood years. They were my “brothers by another Mother,” children of Bill and Helen Boulden a very special aunt and uncle whom I loved dearly. We spent scads […]

Free update and other Legacy news

Legacy Update Available, Crash Course in Family History and More Free Legacy Family Tree update now available (version

We have another great new update for our Legacy Family Tree 8 users (free) for you to download. This update is mostly a maintenance update, addressing and adjusting minor issues you have reported to […]

Webinar Wednesday – “I Had My DNA Tested – Now What?” May 21, 2014

Hundreds of thousands of genetic profiles for family history and ancestral purposes have been generated by private laboratories, universities, and the National Geographic’s Genographic Project during the past fifteen years. However, many individuals that had their DNA tested were somewhat disappointed, as the information provided by many laboratories is often difficult to understand. What do […]