Tag Archives: Kornmehl

London & Vienna: Freud’s World & A Family Reunion

London & Vienna: Freud’s World & A Family Reunion

There’s been a lot going on behind the scenes in the Freud’s Butcher universe, but it’s like the proverbial tree falling in the forest: If a blogger doesn’t post about events, did they really happen? They did, and they will–and here’s the proof. Psychology Today I’ve made many forays into discussions of Freud’s life —Continue Reading

When Genealogical Search Leads You Back to…Your Blog

When Genealogical Search Leads You Back to…Your Blog

This is Day 2 of the Family History Writing Challenge, 2018. As I noted in my last post, I have been out of the genealogy blogging game for a while. As a result, I’m not as tuned in to family history resources as I might be. Then again, I didn’t rely on traditional sites likeContinue Reading

The Kornmehl-Schmerling Connection, Past & Present

The Kornmehl-Schmerling Connection, Past & Present

I have a tendency to be a bit long winded. I can’t quite make this a Wordless Wednesday — or even an (Almost) Wordless Wednesday — but I’m going to try to keep my foray into the past and present of the Kornmehl and Schmerling families as brief as possible. Kornmehls and Schmerlings, Past IContinue Reading

Of Ancestors, Blogging & Taking My Own Advice

Of Ancestors, Blogging & Taking My Own Advice

You know the cobbler whose children go unshod? I’m the blogger who dispenses advice but forgets to take it. My friend and colleague Vera Marie Badertscher created a Web magazine, which debuted yesterday, called Ancestors in Aprons: All About Food and Family. As you might guess from the title alone, it has strong links toContinue Reading

What’s in a Name? Kornmehl

What’s in a Name? Kornmehl

As I mentioned last week, one of the ten genealogical questions I want answers to — #2 to be precise — was researched by a good friend, who became very interested in the history of my mother’s family, the Kornmehls. The result was this wonderfully rich guest post. Blame  — or thank  —  me forContinue Reading