Charlie R. Claywell

Charlie R. Claywell is a freelance writer and journalist with 20 years of experience. Charlie has written articles on a wide range of topics, and his work has been published in southwest Ohio newspapers, religious magazines and online publications.

Genealogy

After his father's death in 2000, Charlie decided to research his father's Korean War service, eventually obtaining several of his missing war medals. This effort was the catalyst into genealogy and discovering his family tree - all the way back to its American beginnings. While tracing his family line, Charlie learned to navigate state and national archives, efficiently conduct online research, and utilize library systems to access genealogical information. His current focus is researching his wife's family tree.

Web Design

When the daily newspaper where he worked began its foray onto the Web, Charlie jumped at the chance to learn the emerging technology. Since then Charlie has taken courses in Web design, layout and development. Using common content management systems, Charlie has built dynamic personal and business websites. He is currently building his family's genealogy website.

Most Recent Contributions by Charlie R. Claywell

Choosing Swimming Pool Safety Fences

Without a doubt, swimming pools can be the source of family fun and entertainment. But the tragic reality is drowning is the leading cause f ... Read More

Compare Ultraviolet Pool Cleaning Systems

Ultraviolet pool cleaning systems use UV rays to alter the chemistry of viruses, bacteria and algae. These rays damage an organism's DNA, ha ... Read More

Facebook Picture Search

A Facebook picture search can be as simple as accessing the site's search bar. The site's search bar recognizes natural language, making it ... Read More

Fireplace Vacuum Cleaner Options

Heating with a wood stove or fireplace means ashes must cleaned out on a regular basis. Although this can be done with a shovel and bucket, ... Read More

Jigsaw Puzzle Cutter

A puzzle cutter is a unique tool that can transform images into puzzle pieces. Almost any photo will work, from a family snapshot to somethi ... Read More

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Charlie R. Claywell