S05 E24: Ron Levi – A Foundling’s Genealogical & Family History Journey

We are back and very excited!! For the next three months, the Genealogy Adventures Live show will explore stories never truly discussed. From learning about Jamaican and Slavic genealogy to learning about the congressmen who owned slaves, this may be the most educational three months we will have.

This Sunday we learned about Foundlings. What is a Foundling? They are children, usually babies, that have been abandoned by parents and discovered and cared for by others. When you think of hard research to do this definitely ranks in the top 5.

Ronald Levi discussed his book Spitting Image: A Foundling’s Memoir of Faith and Gratitude and his research journey as a Foundling.


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