Cuz likes to do her genealogy research by subscribing to various paid databases all at once and then finding every possible shred she can on one person at a time. I tend to take the wide angle view instead.
Granted, my genealogy database is a bit excessive since I research the collateral lines as well, i.e. siblings of the direct lines and all their descendants. So, to date, it’s over 15,000 individuals.
Family Tree is coming, in all its technical glory. They say. I have faith. And then we’ll be able to share our data in a happier way.
I’m smitten and here’s some reasons you should be too. … [continued]
First of all … I love the new FamilySearch and Legacy integration. Amazing, amazing effort.
But, just because we can combine duplicates on the new FamilySearch does not mean the information is correct. And, of course, we already knew that. … [continued]
After a few days of playing around with the new FamilySearch integration in Legacy Family Tree, it suddenly occurred to me that the total number of people I was working my way through was not correct. It said, as it does on the Home screen, 10,827. That’s the total including a disconnected tree. … [continued]
Last night I watched two hours of Geoff Rasmussen explaining the new FamilySearch integration with Legacy Family Tree. … [continued]
I would like to thank everyone who’s taken my survey so far. Please keep it coming, those of you who haven’t answered yet.
Someone asked about the best genealogy research sites for the money.