True Miracles with Genealogy: Volume One [NOOK Book]

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True Miracles with Genealogy is a collection of stories written by ordinary people with extraordinary experiences. Each account is unique. Each is a miracle. Each will inspire readers as they come to the heady realization that there really is a world of spirits. These events are part of the reward that comes from doing genealogy the spiritual moments as help comes from beyond the veil.
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True Miracles with Genealogy: Volume One

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Overview

True Miracles with Genealogy is a collection of stories written by ordinary people with extraordinary experiences. Each account is unique. Each is a miracle. Each will inspire readers as they come to the heady realization that there really is a world of spirits. These events are part of the reward that comes from doing genealogy the spiritual moments as help comes from beyond the veil.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940011109836
  • Publisher: Anne Bradshaw
  • Publication date: 9/24/2010
  • Series: True Miracles with Genealogy , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 1,228,109
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Anne Bradshaw, who was born in Wales, grew up in England, and now lives in the USA. When she isn’t glued to the chair typing, or in the kitchen eating delicious healthy stuff, she can be found reading, writing, walking, or taking fun pictures.Anne has seven published books, and happy-danced when a feature screenplay (The Ardanea Pendant) she co-authored won first place (fantasy/sci-fi genre) in the 2008 International Family Film Festival.
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  • Posted November 12, 2010

    Stories that inspire

    If you have ever felt intrigue to know your ancestors, who they were, where they lived, and how they thought, then you have probably contemplated, if not actively begun, doing your own genealogical research. And everyone who has done so, knows that sooner or later, you'll reach a dead end. A place where the names simply end.

    True Miracles with Genealogy: Help from Beyond the Veil compiled by Anne Bradshaw is filled with stories of faith about people who were miraculously guided past those dead ends. These stories give hope and the courage to keep trying.

    "When my friend put the microfilm on the machine, she was disappointed because it was written in Old Danish, which she didn't understand. We sat there, dejected, for a few minutes. Then another worker came in from the next room and asked what was wrong. We explained the problem, and she remembered a lady who recently died had donated quite a few books to the library. One pamphlet was entitled, How to Read Old Danish Parish Records. Wow! Who knew such a thing existed? Within a few minutes, my friend began translating, and I recorded the words as she spoke."

    True Miracles also contains stories of ancestors connecting just to help write a play, to express their gratitude, or just enthusiasm at being found.

    "One day, while in the Salt Lake City Family History building, while searching through the film drawers for family names, I felt impressed to pull out a drawer for which I didn't have a number. I put the film on the reel and searched through it. I was amazed to see family names toward the end. It was then I heard a male voice say, "She has found us!" The voice was full of emotion. I could feel the presence of several people . . . I looked around-there was no one else in my aisle. I was alone."

    This book would make a perfect gift for anyone. For those involved in the fascinating process of Family History, it gives encouragement to keep going, for those who have only considered it, it offers incentive that the work is worth doing.

    Somewhere we all descend from kings, barbarians, priests, witches, patriots and thieves. Perhaps even a hero or two. Learning their stories is amazing, but part of the adventure is finding them. Read this book and then begin the journey to locating yours.

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  • Posted November 9, 2010

    A Must Read

    True Miracles with Genealogy, a variety of stories compiled by Anne Bradshaw, arrived last week and it took me only one evening to completely read the volume. The miracles told within its pages are truly inspirational and gave me a better sense of family, loyalty and divine intervention. I had always sensed our ancestors beyond the veil want us to find them and understand their histories, but had not imagined so many others felt the same way. It was truly heart-warming to read stories from other researchers and glean amazing truths about family researchers experiences. This is one book you will not want to put down until you've read the very last page.

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