I am trying to come up with a name for a business I am starting and need your help because the names I really want to use have already been taken.
Prize: The winner gets his/her choice of photo cards (see examples of my photography here and here), homemade paper cards, or 2 hours genealogy work on your family line (only includes work with US records and I must have the genealogical information in hand by July 1 so I can work on it over the summer).
Rules: Multiple entries are encouraged. Feel free to share with your friends and ask them to submit. If I don't know you, please leave an email or blog address so I can get in contact with you if you win. There must not be a website already using your submitted name. Entries must be received by midnight June 12 to be eligible for prize.
Background: My business will consist of giving lectures on social history to genealogical societies, historical societies and at genealogical conferences. I will focus on Colonial New England. Each lecture will describe what life was like in a given time and place. Highlights will include local, regional and world events that affected daily life during that time period. The focus of the lectures will be to help genealogists connect with their ancestors in terms of their daily life, and not just as names and dates on a piece of paper.
Names: I really like the idea of making connections. While "connections" doesn't need to be in the name, the name should reflect the idea of connecting with the past.
The names I wanted to use that are already taken are:
Be creative in coming up with meaningful names.
Ready. Set. Go.!