Weird Search Terms 2013
Google My Comment
Israel ащдл painting translation? (How did this land on my blog?)
Wilkinson Wilkerson Wilkison You forgot Wilkinsen, Wilkeson, Wilkieson, etc.
Jacob Perkins born 1604 Maine I don’t think so…
Balch Quakers 1500’s The Society of Friends was founded in the 1640s
Alan B Sheards Dad Alan B. Shepard the astronaut? Google figured it out!
Why is there a Puritan in my family tree? Why not?
Are you my mother? Probably not…
Images searched online that actually landed on my blog website ….
Lexington Battle photos Really?
Photos of Puritan Ministers Where is that time machine?
Photo Mayflower leaving England Ok, who’s pulling my leg?
Questions on Google?
“who are my ansetors” Unable to answer this one until it is spelled correctly
“Who is buried in Von Trapp family plot?” Ulysses S. Grant?
“Who took the 1715 photo of Ben Franklin?” Must have been Doc Brown
Street map of Londonderry NH 1696 Check with AAA?
Hiawatha statue Is the word “Hiawatha” even on my blog?
Obit judith c bosquet Nashua Nope, no word “bosquet” on my blog either
billfamilyliverpooltocanada Google knew I have a Nova Scotia family surname BILL from this? I’m impressed!
Alan Shepard astronaut Holderness Nope, he was from Derry. But his grandfather was born in Holderness, NH…
This list of weird and unusual search terms is always a hit every few months, and it usually generates many
comments and emails. Look down below for links to some of the other blog posts listing weird search terms
that have arrived on my blog statistics page.
Most popular search terms this year:
1. white horse Why is this my #1 search term?
2. maris del rosario cayetana alfonsa Google this to see why it hits my blog so much
3. nutfield genealogy
4. duchess of alba See #2 above
5. how to get on genealogy roadshow
6. thanksgiving proclamation
8. villar de ciervo salmanca The village where my husband's grandmother was born
9. maria von trapp
10. 1940 census
Weird Search Terms July 2011
Weird Search Terms May 2012
Weird Search Terms February 2013
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