Re-boot of the Hasselbacher Family Website

I was sadly surprised to find that when I opened up underbelly of the hasselbacher.org site to add new material, that my last entries were in the Fall of 2015! I am frankly embarrassed and ashamed! It is not that I am not looking for and analyzing new material. I continue to travel to Germany every year. In fact, I have more original documents that I can process. The truth is that I became involved in some controversial matters at my University in which I hoped to make a difference (I did), and there were some distracting personal family matters that successfully competed for my time. In any event, I want to get going again. I turned 72 this year and I need to get things down on paper or other permanent media before I swing-off. I will need to learn to navigate the upgrades to the website and family-tree software I have been using, but I do not want the perfect to be the enemy of the good, so off we go again as almost beginners.

I have lots of stuff to show you. I plan to use the interactive family tree graphic model to make original documents available to you. I will update the family trees that I have. I will post what is perhaps the largest Hazelbaker family tree in existence- a gift from the late Imogene Sawvell Davis. I hope to tell the stories of my field trips in Germany. Bear with me, and please stay in touch to give me inspiration. It helps to know that others are interested in the same things I am.

Keep an eye on the “What’s New” link on the homepage of this site for new materials as they are added. I need to learn how to place a Google search box on the pages to navigate an increasingly huge and ponderous site. (Any advice?)

Peter
15 July 2018

One Response to “Re-boot of the Hasselbacher Family Website”

  1. Cheryl Mandrackie says:

    Hello,

    I’m glad to see you are back. I was sorry to hear that Imogene Davis had died. We corresponded back in the 70s and 80s. Thank you for sharing her tree as she was a help to me way back when I was first starting into genealogy.

    Best regards,
    Cheryl Semones Mandrackie

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