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. Continue reading
You’ve certainly heard of this. You might even have a few of your own. Conflicting dates. Continue reading
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. Continue reading
It’s been a tiring week and it’s just getting revved up here. This thing about source citations. Continue reading
I know many things I say are hugely irrelevant to genealogy; the closest I can get sometimes is geriatrics, and I apologize for the misleading subtitle of my blog. Continue reading
I had a visit from the Genealogy Police this week. I’d heard of the Genealogy Police but I’d never met them, or even one, so I thought they might be just a figment of someone’s worst nightmare. But, now it’s clear they do exist. Continue reading