Category: Newitt Family

52 Ancestors : Week # 38 – On The Map

I’m participating in Amy Johnson Crow’s 52 Ancestors Challenge. The writing prompt for this week is On The Map. Every once in a while Ancestry releases updated Ethnicity Results for our DNA tests. I thought that was quite fitting. In case you are thinking, wait a second…how is it possible that my DNA could change?!…

52 Ancestors : Week # 32 – Small / ATS

The writing prompt for Week # 32 of Amy Johnson Crow’s 52 Ancestors challenge is SMALL. In my mind nothing to do with our family’s history is small, because even the smallest detail can steer you into something so fantastic. Big things often have small beginnings I’ve talked quite a few times about my paternal…

52 Ancestors : Week # 30 – The Old Country

This week for Amy Johnson Crow’s 52 Ancestors Challenge the writing prompt is The Old Country. When I looked up the definition it states the native country of a person who has gone to live abroad. My Family Now for myself, I have lived in Canada my entire life, but I suppose the Old Country…

52 Ancestors : Week # 28 – Multiple

I have a plethora of ideas for this week’s writing prompt! We are in Week # 28 in Amy Johnson Crow’s 52 Ancestors Challenge and this week we are writing about MULTIPLE. I have a few relatives that have had multiple spouses. Quite a few that have had multiple children. Some that have had multiple…

52 Ancestors : Week # 24 – Handed Down

The writing prompt for Amy Johnson-Crow’s 52 Ancestors Challenge this week is HANDED DOWN. Looking around the house, I don’t have a whole lot of treasures that have been handed down to me. However, the things I do have I want to ensure that they are handed down to the next generation, if they are…

52 Ancestors : Week # 17 – Land

I’m participating in Amy Johnson-Crow’s 52 Ancestors Challenge. This is week # 17. The writing prompt is land. As always, Amy assures is that these prompts are up for interpretation so here goes…When I think of land, the first thing (funny enough) that popped in to my head was the Woody Guthrie song “This Land…