A woman wrote a few months ago asking me (in no-nonsense terms) to remove her mother’s name from my family tree because she was NOT related in that line. … [continued]
Here’s one for the genealogists of the future.
As a person who’s lived in Canada for 44 years … [continued]
On the side I run a computer tutoring business. It’s what happens after years of answering all your friends’ and family’s computer questions. One day you think you might as well print a business card. And you do. And then you have a business. … [continued]
Have you ever considered scanning your ID? We already know how hard it can be to find identifying papers for people who are deceased, i.e. stopped, not moving anymore. … [continued]
You’ve certainly heard of this. You might even have a few of your own. Conflicting dates. … [continued]
While the genea-bloggers world is talking about genealogists making money I’ll throw in my two cents.
First of all, I’m not sure that I understand the conversation and I think I’ve read most of it. Except for anything on Facebook since I don’t go there.
Cousin Sam has finally put her foot down and she’s getting her own laptop. … [continued]