Here are some websites I have visited this week
It’s always interesting to keep updated about what goes on in the genealogy world
Some of us might have old cassette tapes with oral histories on. Alyson Mansfield at OnGenealogy tells us How to convert cassette tapes to digital files
“The deceptive pitfall of online research resources is that their ease of access tempts us to think we can do it all, ourselves” claims Jacqi Stevens in the A Family Tapestry blog. Read her article Still Good to Connect With Cousins
Amy Johnson Crow tells us that there are 5 often-overlooked sections of the FamilySearch website that can be beneficial to our research. read her article 5 Overlooked Things on FamilySearch
Patricia Hartley at Family History Daily writes “Often when we first begin our research, we really don’t know what we’re doing and make a lot of mistakes” She goes on to list 3 Signs You Should Scrap Your Family Tree and Start from Scratch
Many of us has experienced finding conflicting information in sources. Kathy from LegacyTree Genealogists gives us 2 Guidelines for Resolving Conflicting Information in Sources
The Legal Genealogist, Judy G. Russell writes that “as genealogists need to protect the rights of the living”Genealogical privacy issues
Read her article Read the interesting article by David Kays, that was published in the Independent Great Escape’ pilot’s rare Spitfire discovered intact on Norwegian mountain 76 years after being shot down by Nazis
Here are some other blogs that present links under the “finds” meme:
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