Every family has a story that can not be completely told by a family tree. Have you ever wondered how family members ended up in the countries they live in now? Who fought in World War II and what their experience was like? Do you have any family members impacted by major world events, such as the holocaust, and what to share their experiences with the family?
According to the New York Public Library “20 Reasons Why You Should Write Your Family History” “Family trees are abstract. Stories add depth”. You and your families are important to many people. You have something to pass onto your children, an unknown number of future generations and perhaps even to a local historical society. And as they also point out: “Memories over time become fragmented and distorted. People may not remember the things you told them bid did not write down.”