Weekly column sharing genealogy-related things I’ve found.
- Heirlooms and Heritage, Angie Mood
- Jen or Gen, Jennifer P.
- The Family History Fairy, Dochiny Wade
- Family Tree Wanted, Alena S.
- Pages from the Ancestry Binders, Susan W. Mosey
- Copyright Digitization: Moving Right Along!, Library of Congress, Copyright Matters Blog
- Swim, Don’t Drown: Tools to Help You Filter Twitter, Make Use Of
- QuickLesson 16: Speculation, Hypothesis, Interpretation & Proof, Evidence Explained
- Story Spark #8: I Remember, Your Story Coach
- What Do Your Know About the Neighbors, Genealogy – Southeast Michigan
- Are You Making Assumptions Based on a 21st Century Perspective?, Genealogy – Southeast Michigan
- Six Generations of an Illinois Family: Two Abraham Lincoln Letters, One Gift!, From Out of the Top Hat
- Using Other People’s Trees, Should I?, Corduroy & Silk Genes
Websites & Resources
- St. Joseph County, Indiana Marriage Index – Online database/index of marriage in St. Joseph County, Indiana; covers the years 1830 to 1989.
- DigitalNC – North Carolina’s Digital Heritage – Various digital collections including newspapers, photos, city directories, and yearbooks.
- Gen Gathering – “A gathering of researchers and genealogists that ‘give and take.’” Similar to the old Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness website.
Upcoming FREE Webinars
|4/2||Working With Dates in RootsMagic||RootsMagic|
|4/3||Evidence: Guidelines for Evaluating Genealogical Evidence, with Linda Woodward Geiger||Legacy Family Tree|
|4/6||Break Down Brick Walls With Home Sources, with Denise Levenick||Southern California Genealogical Society|
|4/9||Digging Through Documents Word by Word, with Debbie Mieszala||Illinois State Genealogical Society|
|4/9||The National Pastime at the National Archives, with Guy Hall||Friends of the National Archives – Southeast Region|
|4/10||The First Trip to the Courthouse, with Judy G. Russell||Legacy Family Tree|
|4/15||Digital Cemeteries and Mobile Apps, with Geoff Rasmussen||Georgia Genealogical Society|
|4/17||A Treasure Trove of Irish Websites, with Judith Eccles Wight||Legacy Family Tree|