My bio will be that I am the family genealogist. I have accepted now that my family is interested in genealogy, they love to hear the stories, view facts, and review some of the finds. But when we have departed and gone our separate ways no one ever comes back to ask, or explain what they heard, saw, how did you find that, not much genealogy spoken after that. I am retired now and have time to do some of the research that is needed. I am interested in my family, I find what I have done is very rewarding. We have family members that are not blood relative, delayed birth certificate, DNA results, cemetery plot probed, war deaths, ship births, farmers, merchants, iron horse jobs, skilled labor, and many fine people. This bio is probably not any different than the reader of my bio. Ancestry linking is fun, hard hours devoted to this cause. So my bio in conclusion should read that I am having fun finding what was once hearsay, and adding reality to new facts, to the best of my knowledge.
Sarah Rush (Coen) Dear Phil, I am the geneology person in our family and have been working on our tree for some time. I am sure I have nowhere near your experience and am requesting your help. I am following the Rush family back and need to establish Sarah Rush's parents. On her grave info you mention that her parents are William Rush and Elizabeth Norris. I too believe this to be the case, but am having a hard time finding confirmation. Can you help? Thank you so much for all you do. Lisa O'Connor My email email@example.com Thanks again