My name is Amy Crow and I’m a genealogist in central Ohio. I recently graduated from The Ohio State University with a degree in history. I am currently pursing my Masters in Library and Information Science at Kent State.
On this blog, I will be sharing things about genealogy and history. I’ve been a genealogist for more years than I’ll admit to. This is a very exciting time to be involved in genealogy; there are so many innovations that greatly assist us in our research, making it easier to find data than ever before.
I will also share observations about my latest hobby — Waymarking. Waymarking is a game/project/obsession which uses GPS coordinates to mark locations of interest and share them with others. Some of the largest Waymarking categories are historical in nature, such as the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. Some of my favorite categories include Worldwide Cemeteries and Ohio Historic Markers. Waymarking is a good fit for a genealogist/historian/photographer/techie person like me.