Genealogists spend a lot of time in archives, but it is also important to talk to people.
Due to the re-design of the Norwegian Digitalarkivet, I have now updated my article about the “Find source” feature.
Knowing who the travel companions were, can sometimes help if you “lose” your ancestor(s) on the dock.
Inspiration strikes anywhere. The digital note-taking solution Evernote lets you capture, nurture, and share your ideas across any device.
Some of us are fortunate to have very old photos of our ancestors. My family photo collection includes family portraits made in the 1870’s and 1880’s and goes all the way up to the most recent photos of my grandchildren.
This week I have looked into the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS)
A newfound friend called herself a evidence based genealogist. Being unfamiliar with this concept I had to check it out
By Judy Segerdell Langston
Many genealogists will tell you there is one thing they regret the most. They did not sit down and talk to older living relatives about the family when they had the opportunity.
Here is another part of the “for beginners” articles. It is time to start organizing your information. We’ll look at genealogy software.
“Genealogist should not trust everything they
find on the internet”