So many ancestors, so little time.
A genealogist is part historian, part time traveler, part storyteller. We listen to family members, pore over old photographs and letters, hunt for records and books, climb through cemeteries and into attics and basements. All in the hopes of learning about people we've never actually met. Where they lived, who they married, how they chose to live their lives. And if we're lucky, we learn enough about their lives to share some of their stories with another generation. Note: The pinstripe in the design denotes caffeine and/or tea type. Some of the blends are high in caffeine (brown) for early in the day or when research is going long. Other blends have lower caffeine (green) or little to no caffeine (yellow) for when that is preferred.