Time to schedule myself?

The past few days I have been occupying my time by working on several of my genealogy projects. Most notably, I continued to work on the Merry genealogy and then I’ve also added some content to my blog I keep for a newspaper of Plymouth, Washington County, NC. In light of this, I think I may have to brainstorm about how to rotate my time among all my projects so that I “touch” them more frequently and more systematically. Let me start by making a list…


  • My own genealogy
  • Kalonji’s genealogy
  • Waddell genealogy
  • Walden genealogy
  • Clancy genealogy
  • Lee genealogy
  • Walker genealogy
  • Fry (white) genealogy
  • McClellan (white) genealogy
  • Orick genealogy
  • Davis genealogy
  • Roberson genealogy
  • WF’s genealogy
  • MacNair (white) genealogy
  • Wimberly (white) genealogy
  • Koonce (white) genealogy
  • My stepmother’s tree


  • Blount County TNGenWeb site
  • Roanoke Beacon Index/Blog
  • Kinston Free Press Index/Blog – of Lenoir County, NC
  • Talladega Daily Mountain Home Blog – of Talladega, Alabama
  • Nashville Black History & Genealogy Blog

Now that I list it out like this, it doesn’t seem to bad… however, I feel that some of my projects get neglected. So, here’s to me being more conscience and planning out my time distribution a little more evenly. 🙂

Comments (2)

  1. junesgirl622


    We spoke last year about the Kilpatricks. Misplaced your contact info. Please send me an e-mail with your contact info. I see that you have quite alot of searches going on. I have not found any other info since finding that about silas.

  2. jerry orick

    Do you have any ifo on a Benjamin Orick circa 1750-1820 who married Lydia Brewer and arrived in Hawkins Co. Tenn. about 1810. Would especiall like to know who his father or mother was, we know by dna testing that his descendants are of the Maryland Orrick’s.

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