Category Archives for "research"
A few weeks ago Thomas MacEntee announced a new project on the Geneabloggers site. It’s the Genealogy Do Over and wow has it gathered a lot of attention in the genealogy community! There is even a Facebook group with over 1000 members. The basic idea behind the Genealogy Do Over is to put aside ALL […]Continue reading
When I was on Fold3 the other day I noticed a new feature. You can now save a record directly to a person on your Ancestry.com tree. This doesn’t really surprise me as Ancestry bought Fold3 not that long ago. I’m glad they decided to make this available! I decided to give it a try […]Continue reading
On June 1st the 1921 Canada census passed into public domain in the care of the Library and Archives Canada (LAC). I’ve been waiting a long time for this release as have many others researching their Canadian families. According to LAC the 1921 census will be made available in the next few weeks. I have many family members to look […]Continue reading
I am a huge Evernote fan and I’ve used it daily for the past few years. I’ve found it to be a wonderful help when I’m researching. I can clip webpages, forum comments, images and make notes for the person or area I’m researching. Evernote does have a flaw that I’ve had many genealogy friends […]Continue reading