Fearless Females: Genealogy Trading Card for Carrie Ethel Whitney Harrison
Lisa Alzo of the blog The Accidental Genealogist is back hosting her list of 31 blogging prompts to celebrate the "fearless females" in our family trees in honor of Women's History Month. If you aren't familiar with these blog prompts, please check out the following link: Fearless Females Blogging Prompts: Returning for Another Year to Celebrate Women's History Month
March 29 — Create a free Fold3 Memorial Page or a Genealogy Trading Card at Big Huge Labs for a female ancestor. Some of you may have created your own card back in September 2009 following Sheri Fenley’s post over at The Educated Genealogist. This time, the card is for your female ancestor. Tell us about who you've selected and why and then post a link to what you've created.
Previous trading cards I created were for my great grandmother Ophelia Jones Bryant, my 2nd great grand mother Rosa Mitchell Jones, and grandmother Mary Bryant Harrison Horton. You can view those cards on these posts:
This year I've created a card for my maternal great grandmother Carrie Ethel Whitney Harrison.
In my post, Sentimental Sunday: I Have Now Lived Longer Than My Great Grandmother Carrie, you can read why I believe she indeed was a "fearless female."