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The Incomplete Genealogy Line of Chris & Lisa Welch Updated May 21, 2006
About Our Family Research
It started out as a mild curiosity. Doesn't it always? I was curious as to how Genealogy software really works so I download a free genealogy program, GenoPro. That was it. I was HOOKED! The information on Lisa's family and mine was a lot more than I anticipated. After talking to Bob Daby I saw the wisdom of spending the cash on some "real" software. Once again my mind was blown! There is still a lot to be done. I'm always looking for pictures, dates, names, ANYTHING to make this tree get bigger and go back further. Please feel free to contact me thru email (see below) with any questions or submittions you may have.
A BIG, HUGE, NEVERENDING THANK YOU TO THE FOLLOWING PEOPLE!
Marilyn Gallus & Joyce Tice This tree would be really tiny without the help of Marilyn & Joyce. ALL the info I have on the WELCH's I have because of these two wonderful (& knowledgable) ladies.
Connie Wilcox Bob & Elaine (the other genealogy widow!) Daby Mom & Dad Lisa's Mom & Dad Those ancestors of ours that just keep getting more & more interesting
The Incomplete Family Tree of Chris and Lisa Welch (196 KB) About 2 years in the making, this tree represents a lot of hard work and a lot of eyestrain. It is in no way complete. But, with the help of others, it's a-gittin there!!!!
A side note....if you have any elders in your family, go talk to them right now. Especially if they love to tell stories. And bring a tape recorder. Before long those stories will be gone.