The Ancestry Insider: Darned Divorcee’s Deposition
This is for my new CLL Class Members. If you have a subscription to Ancestry.com or use FamilySearch, this is a BLOG that you might want to subscribe to. You can receive it via e-mail or view it online.
Since we were recently, (Friday), speaking about original records, I thought you might enjoy this discussion. And remember, Mr. Sider is an unofficial blogger for Ancestry.com and/or FamilySearch. However, he is an Official Blogger for RootsTech, the upcoming conference in Salt Lake City.
Saturday, January 23, 2016
Wednesday, January 20, 2016
In my Thunderbird Mailbox, I get genealogy stuff of all kinds.
- Did you know that 3-D family trees are now available?! Progeny Genealogy is a company that is well known in the genealogy community and they have e-mailed this promotion to little ole' me! "Get the Charting Companion today".
- MyHeritage.com has e-mailed me this morning to tell me I have 23 "Smart" Matches.
- NEHGS has sent along their "Weekly Genealogist", another free newsletter; this New England Historic Genealogical Society has helpful articles (We love Tips and Tricks!); they also spotlight various cemeteries, and more. Go to their website to learn more: AmericanAncestors.org.
- I get a regular e-mail "WikiTree Family News", because I've posted family tree information at WikiTree.com; the "news" is about additions and changes to my family tree info. Following that list, is a list of "family" birthdays. I like to use this as a way to celebrate my kinfolks and check out the accuracy of my database, there.
- Do you get mail from a RootsWeb Message Board or Surname List? If you've subscribed to one at RootosWeb (still a free service), then you will want to keep up with a particular surname or place! This is a great vehicle to post queries, too!
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