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Dick Eastman is the author of Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, a daily publication. Come learn more why he is our "Genealogy Great" for this week!
Death, Tombstones & Genealogy
Death is a very sorrowful time, but when it does occur, it will generate sources we can use in our genealogical endeavors. It is important for us that are living; to ponder what documents will be generated at our death
The death date is one of the vital things we need as we research our ancestors. We know once they have died, any other documentation will be limited on them after that date. That is why resources like death certificates and the Social Security Death Index (SSDI) is so vital to our research.
David Rencher's What? It's Not in Salt Lake City
Institute of Genealogy and Historical Research was this past week in Birmingham, AL at Samford University. I really enjoyed it and learned a lot. We had a banquet and David E. Rencher, AG, CG, FIGRS, FUGA, was the Guest Speaker for the banquet. His topic was - What? Itís Not in Salt Lake City?
Cyndi's List Review
Cyndiís List is one of the most informative and valued genealogical websites that I have used. I had assumed anyone doing family research for any amount of time knew about this list, but I have talked to researchers lately that have not heard of this appreciated website. Check out Cyndi's List!
Creating Personal Acts of Genealogical Kindness
Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness will be offline for an undisclosed amount of time due to the death of one of their founders, Bridgett Schneider. We can take what she started and continue forth by helping others in random acts of genealogical kindness. Come learn more.
Creating Family History Webpages
Ready to publish your family history? Great! Here are some tips to putting it online.
County & State Maps
Maps are an important part of genealogy research. This article tells of a site to help with state and county maps.
Cordova Museum Review
The Cordova Museum is in Cordova, Shelby County, Tennessee. The curator for this awesome museum is Darlene Hooker Sawyer. I recently had the privilege of touring this facility and was amazed at the historical contents this museum has to offer.
Converting VHS to DVD
Not long ago, it was the rage to put all our old movies onto VHS tapes. It wasnít until recently that we discovered that VHS tapes wear out and ruin. Today, we have a new option. Taking our VHS tapes and converting them to DVDs.
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