Another listing of interesting posts that I have found in the past week. Enjoy!
April 24, 2019
- Lisa Cooke shares her thoughts on “Planting Your Master Genealogy Family Tree.” I really like the exploratory trees. I need fewer of those.
April 25, 2019
- The Ancestor Hunt has information on “Free Missouri High School and College Yearbooks Online.” I actually found myself in the University of Missouri Yearbooks. I totally forgot that picture was even taken.
April 26, 2019
- Kitty Cooper gives a good comparison on the online “world” trees and why you should use them, “Preserving your Family History on a World Tree.”
- “It’s Time to Start Working on a New Generation.” I really like Cathy Meder-Dempsey’s approach in the article. She really lines out how I should be handling this blog. (Yes, at some point you will see some of my research.)
April 28, 2019
- James Tanner give us 10 steps to improve our family history experience in two articles, “5 Steps to Improving Your Family History Experience,” and “The Next 5 Steps to Improving Your Family History Experience.” There are a lot of good tips there.
April 30, 2019
- DiAnn Iamarino gives us some pointers on “How to Fully Process Your Census Documents.” I am always amazed at how much information I can glean from a census record on the 2nd and 3rd review of a document.