About Me

Let me introduce myself.

I’m Jennifer.

To make it short and sweet: I’m a homeschooling mom, an obsessed genealogist, a photo enthusiast, an avid traveler and a self-professed bookaholic.


  • Jan Pewsey - July 7, 2012 - 8:49 pm

    You sound like a very interesting person….I love cemeteries and photography as well.ReplyCancel

  • Anonymous - September 18, 2012 - 7:07 pm

    hello my name is Anna-Karin Bennberg. I live in Mora in Sweden. My family is the only family left in sweden with te name bennberg.I think we are releted. I am verry glad if we culd have some kontakt.ReplyCancel

    • Jen - September 19, 2012 - 12:18 pm

      Hi Anna-Karin!
      Thank you for leaving me a message.
      I would love to share information with you. My great-great grandmother was Christina Elisabeth Bennberg, daughter of Johan Bennberg and Christina Olsdatter. She was born in Moklinta in 1845 and died in Gavle in 1919. She traveled to America a few times to visit her children, most of whom emigrated from Sweden in the late 1800’s and early 1900s. Do you know if you have a connection to this family?


  • Breanna Mcgowen - October 2, 2012 - 11:00 pm

    hello I’m Breanna McGowen and I cant find any thing about my family history can you please help?ReplyCancel

  • leon lundervold - June 29, 2013 - 6:55 am

    3rd great grandfather Nicholas Sanchez-Tereso on the Herman side

    Leaving for Spain Sunday. Planing on a quick visit to Herencia.ReplyCancel

  • Maureen - April 25, 2014 - 2:45 am

    Hi Jen,
    I have not started blogging yet. I am looking at what is out there and forming a clearer picture of what I want to do. I have been researching my family tree for just 18 months or so. I like the way you have used photos and story. I think I will be passing by now and then. Best wishes. MaureenReplyCancel

  • Gladys Ashenfelter - January 26, 2015 - 6:10 pm

    Hello Jennifer. It was so nice to find your blog and spend some time browsing through your pages. I have a quilting blog but have recently become interested in genealogy, so decided to check out genealogy some blogs. Your blog is exceptionally well done. Thanks for taking the time to share with us!ReplyCancel

  • Mark Subel - February 9, 2015 - 11:07 am

    Hi Jennifer,

    In the spirit of RootsTech 2015 (as I know you may be attending this year), we released an infographic outlining the “State of the Genealogy Industry”, giving a graphical representation of the current state of the industry based off of Genealogy In Time Magazine’s yearly report and analysis.

    Top Free Sites, Top Paid, Genealogy Market Share, and the growth of the Genealogy industry over the past year. http://crestleaf.com/blog/top-genealogy-websites-of-2015/

    If you’d like, I can send over the graphic to share with your community?

    Hope you enjoy!

    Kind Regards,

    Mark Subel
    Chief Digital Officer
    Twitter: @Crestleaf
    Our Blog: Crestleaf.com/BlogReplyCancel

  • Mark Subel - March 6, 2015 - 8:50 am

    Hello Jennifer,

    I’m reaching out to let you know that Climbing My Family Tree is featured on our latest blog post and infographic “14 Genealogy Blogs You Might Not Be Reading But Should”: http://crestleaf.com/blog/14-genealogy-blogs-you-should-be-reading/

    Congratulations! We’ve really enjoyed your old photo posts on “Wordless Wednesdays,” and your unique take of the genealogy industry. If this is something you’d like to share with your readers, I can send the infographic to you directly. Just let me know! .

    Thanks. And keep up the great work.

    Kind Regards,

    Mark Subel
    Chief Digital Officer
    Twitter: @Crestleaf
    Our Blog: Crestleaf.com/Blog
    About Us: Crestleaf.com is a free online family tree builder that has been used by tens of thousands of people to document their family history. Along with the family tree tool, we provide free access to 90 Million+ historical records.ReplyCancel

  • Climbing My Family Tree - July 10, 2012 - 3:39 am

    Thanks Jan. :)ReplyCancel

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