Midge Frazel

Midge Frazel, Family Tree University Genealogy InstructorAs a professional genealogist, educator, author and technology consultant, Midge Frazel enjoys taking photographs of gravestones and cemeteries where her ancestors rest and posting them on her blog Granite in my Blood.

Midge is a native New Englander, Mayflower descendant and a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution. She’s also a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and a charter member of the Association of Graveyard Rabbits.

Midge has been researching her family since she was 8 years old when her maternal grandmother showed her photos of her late grandfather’s grandparents, Eliza Fish Denison and Dudley Wheeler Stewart. (She was very surprised to learn that grandparents also had grandparents.)

Midge has taught workshops for teachers, administrators and librarians in Southeastern Massachusetts for many years. She is a graduate of Rhode Island College and spent 15 years as a medical technologist before becoming involved in technology and earning a master’s of education degree from Lesley University in Cambridge, Mass.


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