June is half over, and my Padres made it to .500 (after starting off 5-15, they're now 34-34). This was not a big genealogy day for me.
* Read email and blogs, then off to the Men's breakfast Bible Study at Marie Callender's. Good food, good discussion. We talked a bit about legacies.
* Home by 10 a.m. to read, note that Surname Saturday - COLBURN (England > colonial Massachusetts) posted.
* Got into MitoSearch, signed up for the FTDNA Haplogroup K Project, and checked my mtDNA matches. I have one!
* Noted that Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - Three Things About Your Father posted, and added a picture and some edits.
* Worked in the database. An email correspondent thought I had Thomas Boylston's parents wrong, and it's clear that I did. I found a parish register on Internet Archive that permitted me to fill out his birth family, including source citations. Worked happily on that for several hours.
* Went in at 4 p.m. to read the paper, watch TV golf, and we left at 4:45 p.m. for Barbara's, then to El Pollo Loco for dinner, and the trolley to Petco Park for the Padres game. Pads won 6-4 over the D-backs, now only 3 games out of first place. There's hope in Sand-ville.
* Home on the trolley b y 10:230 p.m. Printed out my boarding pass to San Jose, then read , added to the Best Of post, and wrote this post.
Genealogy today was 6.0 hours.
I'll be in Santa Cruz with my daughter and family until Friday night, so this blog will be dark until Saturday next.