What Will Happen To My Records? ~ Lineagekeeper's Genealogy Blog I want to draw your attention to another aspect of +DearMYRTLE 's Wacky Wednesday from 01 July 2015. Please read and follow the Lineagekeeper's Genealogy Blog Hangouts: Pay what you want . So...
Will set this up to be Recorded.
How to create a Research Notebook in Evernote to work with the image on this Google Sheets notebook
A link will be in the comments with the VIEWer, when that post is made.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dlAAp9kx514
First step in try to resolve a problem. Genealogy Question is, Who are the Parents of 4 Children? That is really 2 or 4 questions, but will start with this question. Will walk through reviewing various documents for the Two "people" that I think may be the ...
So, as Dick says make your own copy, and also record all of the context of the record - what collection it belongs to, how the information was processed etc. If the record reappears elsewhere, these things may change.
Findmypast Community Edition Now Available to U.S. Libraries
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Salt Lake City – June 25, 2015
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Amongst the billions of records now available to library patrons is the new PERiodical Source Index (PERSI). PERSI, a popular tool used by genealogists, includes more than 2.5 million indexed entries from thousands of genealogical and local history publications. For the first time, images of articles have been included in the collection – with more being added on a regular basis.
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The first thing that I do is turn OFF the Ancestry Tree hints. I then research by specific Record Groups. Say I want to see how many of those Record Hints are Census Records.
I have 10,000 hints and I work on specific records. A month or so ago, I looked at all of the Military Records and found and recorded 250 of then. The more I did them, the better and quicker O wort he'd thru them.
Just a thought.
Looking at a US Federal Census Record, there are some people who I don't know living in this household. How will I handle this. _____________________________________________________________ Copyright © 2015 by H R Worthington
Taking pictures of Headstones in Cemeteries.
- Blog about my research
- Family Tree Maker (genealogy software)
- My collection of headstone pictures
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