28 February


Remembering Past Generations: The Women

By Stephanie Pitcher Fishman Saving Memories Forever, Women's History Month 3 Comments



March is Women’s History Month, and I plan on using it to appreciate fully the women who came before me (if I can keep up throughout the month!) Our mothers, grandmothers, aunts, sisters, and cousins have all impacted our lives whether we recognize it or not. Eat a special family meal each holiday? It’s likely traced to one of your female ancestors. We can’t get away from their influence if we tried – but who would want that?


If you are looking for motivation to record the story of your female ancestors, read my latest blog at Saving Memories Forever:

Read: Missed Opportunities:
Generations of Lost Stories


If you are looking for inspiration to get you started, don’t miss Lisa Alzo’s blogging prompts during the mon

th of March:

Write: Fearless Females:
31 Blogging Prompts to Celebrate
Women’s History Month


I’m planning on participating as much as I am able throughout the month. The great thing about how Lisa has it arranged is that you can blog ahead or participate only on the days that you’d like to share.

If you’d like to listen to the life stories of a few famous ladies, don’t miss one of my favorite websites and podcasts. If it seems familiar, I also mentioned them in the latest Corn and Cotton Genealogy newsletter!

Listen: The History Chicks


Remember the ladies… and remember to share their stories!



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