Well, didn’t take me long to remember why I didn’t make much progress with scanning the files in my filing cabinet. 1) it is incredibly boring 2) there are a lot of things I don’t really know what to do with, like copies of index books that I might need or might not. 3) it… Continue reading Genealogist at Work-Scanning Progress
Every genealogist worries that no one will want to carry on their genealogy after they are gone. I have three kids. The oldest was my best hope. 🙂 He loves World War II and airplanes, so I figured he’d be the easiest to bring in. His younger sister hates history and I figured she was… Continue reading Genealogist at Work-I Have A Genealogy Heir!!!!
Part of my resolution for 2014 was to be better organized and it totally plays into all of my 2015 resolutions as well, so here is step one:Get what I already have organized into Evernote. I have been researching for over 25+ years. I don’t use online trees, or shaky notes (but if you do,… Continue reading Resolved: Step One
Since it Veteran’s Day Weekend and a lot of sites have free military documents, I decided it was time to complete my World War I Draft Cards. About 6 months ago, I decided to move my Research Log to Evernote, so here is the process in which I am using to finish this task. First… Continue reading World War I Draft Cards To Do List