Recently, I had the opportunity to spend a whopping 4 hours on my own research while I was in northern Indiana. I had to be selective on how I spent my time and narrow my list to items that I felt would be possible to accomplish. It was tough! At first stab, I made a … Continue reading Planning My Research
Luckily we didn't have to wait as long as we thought we would. It's back! I thought I might highlight some more of the great information and tools that he has shared on his website. For those of you interested in learning more about Jewish research he has several articles and many tools available. This … Continue reading Hurrah! Steve Morse One-Step Site is Back
I sure am. I've found it invaluable as I go to research immigration records on Ancestry.com and on the Ellis Island site. You see he's got extra filters you can apply for your searches if you use his Gold Form. Steve Morse has spent a huge amount of time creating his website to be of … Continue reading Are You a Fan of Steve Morse’s One-Step Page?
FamilySearch to Make Millions of Obituaries Searchable Online Tens of Thousands of Additional Indexers Needed to Help Create an Every-Name Index to Millions of Obituaries FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESalt Lake City, Utah—February 7, 2014—FamilySearch is working with partners and the larger genealogical community to collect, digitize, and index millions of obituaries from the United States (with … Continue reading FamilySearch will Make Millions of Obituaries Searchable
I can't believe that it is March already! It's been a whirlwind since I became involved with The In-Depth Genealogist leadership team. I love it, but it's certainly a challenge to keep up with all the different goals that are in my radar. So I thought I'd take a few minutes to check in … Continue reading Status of My Goals