Geary Family Homestead

Welcome to the Geary Family Homestead. my home on the Internet and a place for me to share our hobbies and family information.

I have been interested in webpage design since I wanted to share our genealogical research with others. I first started using Arachnophilia as my webpage editor because it was free and easy to use. I then started using FrontPage and wanted to learn more about the coding aspect of design. I took over the editing of our church webpage. I decided to get some critiques on the site from the FrontPage Talk forum. In stepped Tina Clarke with many suggestions.

I started to work and signed up for a couple of free classes - in SEO Techniques and Web Development Training which is part of it. The classes are offered FREE by GNC Web Creations. I have learned so much from all of the teachers and have started sharing that knowledge with others.

This site is a place for me to practice the things I have been learning in a Web Development Training class as well as SEO Training class. I will also be posting helper pages in answer to queries on the Freepages and FrontPage RootsWeb mailing lists. And helpful links for publishing your own web pages.

I have designed and maintain four web sites besides this one:

Who We Are:


Our Blogs

Genealogy Tips & Tutorials
Jim's Writings
Pat's CrossStitch Corner

Genealogy Sites

Geary Family Genealogy
Jewel Family Genealogy
Tucker Family Genealogy
Little Family Genealogy

Helpful Links

FrontPage Tutorials
Start to Web
SEO Training Class
HTML Basic Tutor
Money Saving Tips
Digital Photography Tips

Masthead Image

The counted cross-stitch image shown above is called Aunt Lucy's Place. It reminds my husband of  an old homestead where he spent many happy hours as a child. Designed by Linda Meyers and originally called Autumn at Sinking Creek, it now hangs in our dining room. View a larger image of Aunt Lucy's Place.