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Rooted in Time Genealogy

Thank you for choosing our podcast. Your hosts Nicole (that's me) and Melody will bring together genealogy and history with a smattering of generational trauma in the following podcasts. Are you descended from a Cherokee Princess? What trauma(s), if any, have been passed down through the generations? Are there environmental attributes that at least partly may have led to the commission of a crime? Trauma Begets Trauma - Join us on our first series as we deep dive into our own trauma filled family history as we use genealogical evidence to connect with our past. read less
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Episodes

Podcast 12: Trauma Begets Trauma - Lisa's Next Gen Part II
Apr 23 2024
Podcast 12: Trauma Begets Trauma - Lisa's Next Gen Part II
This episode continues our dive into generational trauma as sisters Nicole and Melody continue with their interview of their mother, Lisa. The hosts analyze their own familial genealogy through interviews, oral histories, genealogical records, historical documents, geospatial analyses, cultural awareness and mental health knowledge to better understand generational trauma in their family. A version of this podcast accompanied by a slideshow can be seen on youtube podcasts under the handle rootedintimegen ⁠https://youtu.be/OgNorEFjzY0 . Supplemental material can be found at ⁠www.rootedintime.net⁠ as well as reference materials. There is also a blog that explains how genogram's can be used in the context of genealogy. If you like genealogy and this type of investigation, follow Rooted in Time Genealogy on Facebook and Instagram by following the handle rootedintimegen. ⁠⁠https://www.instagram.com/rootedintimegen/⁠⁠ & ⁠⁠https://www.facebook.com/RootedInTimeGen⁠⁠ There are a number of disclaimers and trigger warnings for this series as it will discuss physical, emotional, and mental abuse, family violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, incest, substance use and abuse, suicide, and poor coping skills. Rooted in Time Genealogy seeks to educate and facilitate open and honest dialogue in a safe space. It is our belief that normalizing the conversation around these issues can help mitigate future abuses through knowledge.
Trauma Begets Trauma: Lisa Next Gen
Apr 9 2024
Trauma Begets Trauma: Lisa Next Gen
This episode continues our dive into generational trauma as sisters Nicole and Melody interview their mother, Lisa. The hosts analyze their own familial genealogy through interviews, oral histories, genealogical records, historical documents, geospatial analyses, cultural awareness and mental health knowledge to better understand generational trauma in their family. A version of this podcast accompanied by a slideshow can be seen on youtube podcasts under the handle rootedintimegen https://youtu.be/n210dhPklas. Supplemental material can be found at www.rootedintime.net as well as reference materials. Links to a sample of the newspaper articles and evidence used can also be found there. There is also a blog with further information that thoroughly explains the process of conducting oral histories and finding genealogical information. If you like genealogy and this type of investigation, follow Rooted in Time Genealogy on Facebook and Instagram by following the handle rootedintimegen. ⁠https://www.instagram.com/rootedintimegen/⁠ & ⁠https://www.facebook.com/RootedInTimeGen⁠ There are a number of disclaimers and trigger warnings for this series as it will discuss physical, emotional, and mental abuse, family violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, incest, substance use and abuse, suicide, and poor coping skills. Rooted in Time Genealogy seeks to educate and facilitate open and honest dialogue in a safe space. It is our belief that normalizing the conversation around these issues can help mitigate future abuses through knowledge.
Rooted in Time Genealogy Trauma Begets Trauma Series S2. Ep. 7 Percy's Family Life
Jan 31 2024
Rooted in Time Genealogy Trauma Begets Trauma Series S2. Ep. 7 Percy's Family Life
Rooted in Time hosts Nicole and Melody are back in the trenches of generational trauma in Episode 7 of this series, Trauma Begets Trauma. This episode analyzes the genealogical record for information pertaining to Percy Wright's family life, the hosts maternal grandfather. Listen as the hosts analyze their own familial genealogy through interviews, oral histories, genealogical records, historical documents, geospatial analyses, cultural awareness and mental health knowledge to better understand generational trauma in their family. We would like to extend another thank you to Lisa, Rick, and Tony who graciously answered a myriad of questions about their father, Percy Wright. Melody and I are two out of the three daughters of Lisa. Supplemental material can be found at ⁠www.rootedintime.net⁠ as well as reference materials. Links to a sample of the newspaper articles and evidence used can be found there as well. There is also a blog that has further information and thoroughly explains the process of finding the genealogical information. If you like genealogy and this type of investigation, follow Rooted in Time Genealogy on Facebook and Instagram by following the handle rootedintimegen. There are a number of disclaimers and trigger warnings for this series as it will discuss physical, emotional, and mental abuse, family violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, incest, substance use and abuse, suicide, and poor coping skills. Rooted in Time Genealogy seeks to educate and facilitate open and honest dialogue in a safe space. It is our belief that normalizing conversation around these issues can help mitigate future abuses through knowledge.
Trauma Begets Trauma Series S2 Ep6 Percy's Formative Years
Jan 17 2024
Trauma Begets Trauma Series S2 Ep6 Percy's Formative Years
Rooted in Time hosts Nicole and Melody are back in the trenches of generational trauma in Episode 6 of this series, Trauma Begets Trauma. This episode analyzes the genealogical record for information pertaining to the formative years of Percy Wright, the hosts maternal grandfather. Listen as the hosts analyze their own familial genealogy through interviews, oral histories, genealogical records, historical documents, geospatial analyses, cultural awareness and mental health knowledge to better understand generational trauma in their family. We would like to extend a thank you to Lisa, Rick, and Tony who graciously answered a myriad of questions about their father, Percy Wright. Melody and I are two out of the three daughters of Lisa. Supplemental material can be found at www.rootedintime.net as well as reference materials. Links to a sample of the newspaper articles and evidence used can be found there as well. There is also a blog that has further information and thoroughly explains the process of finding the genealogical information. If you like genealogy and this type of investigation, follow Rooted in Time Genealogy on Facebook and Instagram by following the handle rootedintimegen. There are a number of disclaimers and trigger warnings for this series as it will discuss physical, emotional, and mental abuse, family violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, incest, substance use and abuse, suicide, and poor coping skills. Rooted in Time Genealogy seeks to educate and facilitate open and honest dialogue in a safe space. It is our belief that normalizing conversation around these issues can help mitigate future abuses through knowledge.
Podcast 06: Trauma Begets Trauma S.2 Ep 4: Finding Iris
Nov 21 2023
Podcast 06: Trauma Begets Trauma S.2 Ep 4: Finding Iris
Rooted in Time hosts Nicole and Melody take you deeper into the trenches of generational trauma in Podcast 6 S.2 Ep.4 of this series, Trauma Begets Trauma: Finding Iris. This episode combs the genealogical record for information, searching for evidence that can uphold or refute the hypothesis that Iris Wright is the daughter of my great grandfather, Vasper Wright. The hosts analyze their own familial genealogy through interviews, oral histories, genealogical records, historical documents, geospatial analyses, cultural awareness and mental health knowledge to better understand generational trauma in their family. Supplemental material can be found at ⁠www.rootedintime.net⁠ as well as reference materials. Links to a sample of the newspaper articles and evidence used can be found there as well. There is also a blog that has further information and thoroughly explains the process of finding the genealogical information. If you like genealogy and this type of investigation, follow Rooted in Time Genealogy on Facebook and Instagram by following the handle rootedintimegen. Rootedintimegen's ⁠Instagram⁠ & ⁠Facebook⁠ There are a number of disclaimers and trigger warnings for this series as it will discuss physical, emotional, and mental abuse, family violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, incest, substance use and abuse, suicide, and poor coping skills. Rooted in Time Genealogy seeks to educate and facilitate open and honest dialogue in a safe space. It is our belief that normalizing conversation around these issues can help mitigate future abuses through knowledge.
Podcast 05: Trauma Begets Trauma S 2 Ep 3 : Vasper's Adult Years
Nov 7 2023
Podcast 05: Trauma Begets Trauma S 2 Ep 3 : Vasper's Adult Years
Rooted in Time hosts Nicole and Melody take you deeper into the trenches of generational trauma in Episode 3 of this series, Trauma Begets Trauma. This episode analyzes the genealogical record for information pertaining to the adult years of Vasper Leo Wright. The hosts analyze their own familial genealogy through interviews, oral histories, genealogical records, historical documents, geospatial analyses, cultural awareness and mental health knowledge to better understand generational trauma in their family. Supplemental material can be found at www.rootedintime.net as well as reference materials. Links to a sample of the newspaper articles and evidence used can be found there as well. There is also a blog that has further information and thoroughly explains the process of finding the genealogical information. If you like genealogy and this type of investigation, follow Rooted in Time Genealogy on Facebook and Instagram by following the handle rootedintimegen. Rootedintimegen's Instagram & Facebook There are a number of disclaimers and trigger warnings for this series as it will discuss physical, emotional, and mental abuse, family violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, incest, substance use and abuse, suicide, and poor coping skills. Rooted in Time Genealogy seeks to educate and facilitate open and honest dialogue in a safe space. It is our belief that normalizing conversation around these issues can help mitigate future abuses through knowledge.
Trauma Begets Trauma Series: Vasper Wright's Early Years
Oct 24 2023
Trauma Begets Trauma Series: Vasper Wright's Early Years
Rooted in Time hosts Nicole and Melody take you deeper into the trenches of generational trauma in Episode 2 of this series, Trauma Begets Trauma. This episode analyzes the genealogical record for information pertaining to the formative years of Vasper Leo Wright. You catch a glimpse of what is to come in this series as the hosts analyze their own familial genealogy through interviews, oral histories, genealogical records, historical documents, geospatial analyses, cultural awareness and mental health knowledge to better understand generational trauma in their family. Supplemental material can be found at www.rootedintime.net as well as reference materials. Links to a sample of the newspaper articles and evidence used can be found there as well. There is also a blog that has further information and thoroughly explains the process of finding the genealogical information. If you like genealogy and this type of investigation, follow Rooted in Time Genealogy on Facebook and Instagram by following the handle rootedintimegen. There are a number of disclaimers and trigger warnings for this series as it will discuss physical, emotional, and mental abuse, family violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, incest, substance use and abuse, suicide, and poor coping skills. Rooted in Time Genealogy seeks to educate and facilitate open and honest dialogue in a safe space. It is our belief that normalizing conversation around these issues can help mitigate future abuses through knowledge.