Friday, October 31, 2014

Nov 5: Western Mass. GenSoc Virtual Presentation

DearREADERS,
Three Months to Better Organization is the topic of my virtual presentation to the Western Massachusetts Genealogical Society scheduled for Wednesday, 5 Nov 2014. Ol' Myrt here will forgo the plane trip and inevitable lost luggage by visiting virtually. Thanks to modern technology, my computer will connect via a Google+ Hangout On Air with +Dave Robison's computer in the society's meeting room.  It's a snap, since we're accustomed to appearing together on the panel during most Mondays with Myrt broadcasts. Yes, +Cousin Russ will be on standby to manage comments as usual.


http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~mawmgs/

For a short video on how virtual presentation such as this might work for your local genealogy society,  see:






Members and friends of the Western Massachusetts Genealogical Society may attend the Three Months to Better Organization meeting live and in person from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. Eastern US time at the Agawam Senior Center, 954 Main Street, Agawam, Massachusetts. If weather or commuting is an impediment, we offer the following alternatives:

DearMYRTLE's YouTube Channel (view only)
http://www.youtube.com/user/DearMYRTLE

Western Massachusetts Genealogical Society's G+ Community (view and comment)
http://bit.ly/WesternMassGen


We start as follows:
6pm Eastern (New York)
5pm Central (Chicago)
4pm Mountain (Denver, Salt Lake City)
3pm Pacific (Los Angeles)

If you need a time zone converter, this is the one Ol' Myrt uses:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

Happy family tree climbing!
Myrt :)
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DocuChallenge: Phillips, William D

DearREADERS,
Accept the challenge to transcribe and analyze this historical document from Ol' Myrt's personal family history. The only additional clue I'll give you is that I found this on Fold3.com.

IMAGE: If I cited this, I would be giving away too much information for this exercise.
RECOMMENDATION
With any document, I recommend following Birdie Holsclaw's practice to transcribe the document word-for-word, including typed, stamped and handwritten text.

NOW FOR THE CHALLENGE
Let's answer these questions:
  • What is this document?
  • How would you describe the physical appearance of this document?
  • What does this document say about Ol' Myrt's ancestor?
  • What other people are mentioned in this document?
  • What information items do you find most reliable in this document? 
  • What information items do you find less reliable in this document?
  • What value is this document without a citation indicating provenance?
  • Can you craft a citation for this document?
  • What would you do with this digital document?
  • What other record groups should Ol' Myrt consider after analyzing this document?
DEADLINE
5 Nov 2014 - That's right. You've got five days to reply in "COMMENTS" to this blog post here at DearMYRTLE.com, or where this is cross-posted on DearMYRTLE's Facebook or Google+ Community.


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Wednesday, October 29, 2014

WACKY Wednesday: Ancestry Record Hints

DearREADERS,
Thank-you to +Randy Seaver who demonstrates precisely how he locates multiple record hints (pages) from a specific record group over on Ancestry.com as reported in his post titled More on Finding Record Hints at his GeneaMusings blog. He then saves the image on his PC, creates a citation for the image, and links that image and citation to all ancestors mentioned in a specific document.





#genealogy #Ancestry #RootsMagic


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Bruce was right, just don't tell his wife

DearREADERS,Speculation about the identity of the next 2015 RootsTech keynote speaker has been burning up Facebook, Twitter and Google+. +Bruce Buzbee guessed correctly. Here's the official announcement:

World’s Largest Family Reunion Founder to Speak at World’s Largest Family History Event

AJ Jacobs
What do George and Barbara Bush, Daniel Radcliffe, Abraham Lincoln, and Gwyneth Paltrow have in common? They’re all cousins of RootsTech 2015 keynote speaker A.J. Jacobs! 

We are excited to announce that best-selling author, Esquire magazine editor, and founder of the Global Family Reunion, A.J. Jacobs will be joining RootsTech 2015 as a keynote speaker on Friday, February 13. Through his unique ability to be sincere, laugh-aloud funny, and intelligent, he will inspire you to discover and share your family stories and connections—past and present.

Jacobs’s fascination with genealogy started when he got an email from one of his readers in Israel pointing out that he and Jacobs were distantly related along with 80,000 other relatives the reader had tracked down. Since then, Jacobs has made it his mission to connect with as many cousins as he can find and to organize the world’s largest family reunion.

“We’re not alone,” Jacobs has learned. “We’re connected to people all over the world. Some of them are going to be great, and some of them are going to be irritating. But they are all related to me.”
Join us as A.J. Jacobs inspires us to connect with our families—and him. After all, in some way or another, he’s probably a cousin.

Passes start at just $19. Register Today.
www.RootsTech.org




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FGS2017 will be held in Pittsburg, Pennsylvania

NOTE from DearMYRTLE: This was just received from our friends at the Federation of Genealogical Societies.




FGS 2017 To Be Held Aug 30—Sept 2 in Pittsburgh, PA with Local Co-host Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society

October 28, 2014 – Austin, TX. and Pittsburgh, PA. The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) and local co-host Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society (WPGS) announce the FGS 2017 National Conference will be held August 30—September 2 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

“We couldn’t be happier to be visiting Pittsburgh for the 2017 FGS Conference,” says FGS President D. Joshua Taylor. “The city’s unique history and rich genealogical resources promise to deliver a memorable and enjoyable experience to the FGS Community.”

Pittsburgh will provide a historical backdrop for this four day genealogy event which includes three days of family history sessions for all skill levels, one full day dedicated to genealogy society management, the popular Society Showcase, and a full exhibit hall.

The Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society is excited to be the local co-host for the 2017 FGS Conference to be held in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,” says WPGS President Debbie Kapp. “Our region is rich with genealogical information and this conference will be a remarkable opportunity for genealogical societies. Leaders and volunteers will find plenty of practical knowledge and inspiration for reaching out to their members. Individual researchers can connect with fellow genealogists while learning from top-notch teachers. We can't wait to showcase our city and extend hospitality to genealogists from across the U.S. and beyond.”

This announcement rounds out the upcoming FGS conferences through 2018 which include:
  • FGS 2015 National Conference in Salt Lake City, UT
  • FGS 2015 Alaska Cruise
  • FGS 2015 Regional Conference in conjunction with the New York Family History Conference in Syracuse, NY
  • FGS 2016 National Conference 40th Anniversary in Springfield, IL
  • FGS 2018 National Conference in Ft. Wayne, IN

Currently, registration is open for the FGS 2015 National Conference “Connect.Explore.Refresh,” to be held concurrently with Rootstech February 11-14, 2015 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Register at https://www.fgsconference.org/. FGS is also booking cabins at https://www.fgsconference.org/cruise/ for its upcoming Alaska Cruise scheduled to set sail August 28, 2015.

About the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS)
The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) was founded in 1976 and represents the members of hundreds of genealogical societies. FGS links the genealogical community by helping genealogical societies and family history enthusiasts strengthen and grow through online resources, FGS FORUM magazine, and through its annual national conference which provides four days of excellent learning opportunities for both societies and family history enthusiasts. To learn more about FGS visit fgs.org. To learn more about the next FGS annual conference to be held in Salt Lake City, UT, visit fgsconference.org. Also, find FGS on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FGSgenealogy, on Twitter @FGSgenealogy and on the FGS Voice blog at http://voice.fgs.org.

About Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society (WPGS)
The Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society is a non-profit organization of amateur and professional family historians and genealogists dedicated to the study and preservation of family history. Since 1974, members of WPGS have helped trace family roots in Western Pennsylvania while preserving important local and regional records. The collection of the WPGS spans the early 1750s through the early part of the 20th century, in a variety of formats. Although it emphasizes the 26 counties of Western Pennsylvania, the WPGS Library also contains materials from the entire state of Pennsylvania, as well as surrounding states. To learn more about WPGS visit WPGS.org


A video camcorder from Ol' Myrt?

DearREADERS,
Why is Ol' Myrt willing to give away a digital video camera? Find out later this week right here in this blog. And I'll just bet you can twist my arm to explain more during Mondays with Myrt - 3 Nov 2014.


While our smart phones are pretty darned smart, there is still a place for a light-weight, HD quality digital camera in your genealogy tool box.



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#RootsTech 2015: Who will be the next keynote speaker?

DearREADERS,
RootsTech is better at building interest this time around by releasing clues a few days before actual announcements. Who do you think this second keynote speaker will be? Barbara? Laura? Hillary? One of the girls? +Bruce Buzbee thinks it will be +AJ Jacobs of Global Family Reunion fame.

From a FB post, we read:
"This week we are announcing another keynote speaker for RootsTech 2015. Here is a clue: Former U.S. presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton are both cousins to this keynote speaker.
Stay tuned until Wednesday when we will unveil who this keynote speaker is. You can also follow the link to see which keynote speakers we have already announced. http://bit.ly/1wEyXuH"

 +Randy Seaver says it cannot be Barbara, Laura or Hillary, because of the "cousin" connection. Yet, if AJ is to be believed, aren't we all cousins? Stay tuned.





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Timestamp: Mondays with Myrt - 27 Oct 2014

DearREADERS,
This is the #timestamp version of Mondays with Myrt - 27 October 2014. Remember, you may click a timestamp and go directly to that portion of the Hangout on Air. We have included hyperlinks discussed during the show. Kudos to +Cousin Russ for crafting the timestamps for us.




00:00 » Myrt Welcomes everyone back, after a week off
00:23 » Comment about new word for the Genea-Dictionary
01:25 » Reflections from Myrt's Welsh class and research
03:50 » Randy's Grandchild and shout out to Footnote Maven's grandchild

05:30 » Trello www.trello.com

06:06 » Photo Sharing from Facebook (Lava Flow in Hawaii)
06:50 » Photo taken by +Bruce Buzbee in Washington DC
07:50 » Mr and Dear MYRTLE at their Halloween Party
08:25 » +Dave Robinson and grandchild
11:00 » More on Welsh Research and Case Studies

People's Collection Wales
http://www.peoplescollectionwales.co.uk/

British Research website
http://www.Genuki.org.uk

Family Search Community Trees
https://histfam.familysearch.org/

27:05 » Comments from the Community
34:30 » Myrt added a YouTube images on her Blog

Google Map of the Welsh longest word

The wikepedia link has a link to listen to the name of the town.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llanfairpwllgwyngyll

39:30 » New "Cousin Bait"
43:30 » Email Spam for e-newsletters

http://mailchimp.com/

http://www.constantcontact.com/

51:50
» Indiana Partners with Ancestry.com

http://www.indystar.com/story/news/2014/10/23/indiana-partners-ancestrycom-digitize-records

1:00:20 » Comments from the Community RE: Browse or waiting for Indexed Records
1:01:05 » Online Tree is Not a Source

http://theindepthgenealogist.com/online-tree-source/

1:07:25 » Professional or not
1:15:35 » Comments from the Community
1:20:00 » Saving Graves in South Australia
1:29:05 » MyHeritage and BillionGraves:
1:32:15 » Pat talks about Pennsylvania Death Certificates online
1:38:18 » NATIONAL ARCHIVES VIRTUAL FAIR
http://www.archives.gov/calendar/genealogy-fair/2014/schedule.html

1:38:45 » Coming Week on DearMYTLE's community

Practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians.

VIEW and COMMENT over on DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Community:
http://bit.ly/DearMYRTLEonGoogle

YAY! Ol' Myrt here is back in her geneaoffice ready to see what's TRENDING in the world of #genealogy so join us this coming Monday, 27 Oct 2014 for Mondays with Myrt (Hangout on Air). We started at:

Noon Eastern US (New York)
11am Central US (Chicago)
10am Mountain US (Denver, Salt Lake City)
9am Pacific US (Los Angeles)

If you need a time zone converter, here's one DearMYRTLE recommends:
http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

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Myrt :)
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Sunday, October 26, 2014

Online genealogy hangouts, webinars and chats this coming week

DearREADERS,
Thanks to the centralized calendar at GeneaWebinars.com, genealogists interested in learning more about our craft may reagister for these online seminars coming up this week. Be sure to verify the time in your neck of the woods. If you need a time zone converter see: http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/converter.html

This centralized calendar provides information about how to attend genealogy-related online meetings, classes, hangouts, seminars and webinars, where there is a visual slide share and/or website or software demo for attendees to view.

Hosts may use a variety of platforms including Adobe Connect, AnyMeeting, Captera, Google Hangouts on Air, GoToMeeting, GoToWebinar, Live Meeting, Skype, Web-Ex, and Wiggio, to name a few.

There are currently over 40 hosts with posting access to this calendar and blog, and over 200 hours of scheduled instruction for genealogists wishing to hone their research skills during the coming year. 


AMAZING!




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Friday, October 24, 2014

2015 RootsTech Ambassador

DearREADERS,
We will be using the hashtag #rootstech to discuss RootsTech 2015, happening February 12-14, 2015 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Those who follow DearMYRTLE's blog may remember RootsTech has emerged as the largest family history event in the world. I've been pleased to attend in years past - three times as an instructor, three times as a panelist, and each year as an official "blogger." 



Last night, Ol' Myrt here received an invitation to be an "official ambassador" for RootsTech 2015, happening February 12-14, 2015 at the Salt Palace Convention Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Of course, I immediately accepted.

Does this mean I'll get to interview Donny Osmond? Hope so. Stay tuned. +Cousin Russ and I will be doing short subject interviews and mentioning what's new during upcoming Mondays with Myrt. Then during the conference, we'll be doing many impromptu DearMYRTLE AmbushCAM interviews of vendors, speakers and attendees.

 

FIND OUT MORE
RootsTech Home page - www.RootsTech.org


Key RootsTech.org pages:
Beginners - http://rootstech.org/agenda/getting_started
Expo Hall - http://rootstech.org/expo/expo_hall
Family Discovery Day - http://rootstech.org/FamilyDiscoveryDay
Hands On Computer Labs - http://rootstech.org/agenda/labs
Schedule - http://rootstech.org/agenda/schedule


REGISTRATION - https://registration.rootstech.org/2015/portal/newreg.ww


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A Peek at 2015 British Institute course offerings

DearREADERS,


The International Society for British Genealogy and Family History will host the 15th Annual Institute, 21–25 September 2015, Salt Lake Plaza Hotel, Salt Lake City, Utah.  Explore with renowned genealogists from the British Isles and the US. We have been told details will be posted at the society website http://isbgfh.org within the next few days.


• Researching Your English Ancestors — Else Churchill and Alec Tritton
• Tracing Your Irish Ancestors — Fiona Fitzsimons
• Everything You Need to Know about Scottish Genealogy — Bruce Durie
• Elements of Genealogical Writing, Editing, and Publishing — Melissa Johnson

Get the Perspective of Researchers Living and Researching in the British Isles:
• Else Churchill — Genealogist, Society of Genealogists in London, England
• Alec Tritton — Chairman, Halsted Trust in London, England
• Fiona Fitzsimons — Director, Eneclann, Ltd. in Dublin, Ireland
• Bruce Durie — PhD, Fellow, University of Strathclyde in Glasgow, Scotland
• Melissa Johnson — Professional genealogist, editor, and writer


The Irish Land Records course at the 2013 British Institute was one of the very best courses I have ever attended. The material was more advanced than Irish courses offered elsewhere, and I find myself constantly referring to the syllabus. Having the class at the Family History Library, where we could immediately apply what we learned in the classroom, was especially helpful. I made many new discoveries about my Irish ancestors that week. — Catherine Desmarais, CG, 2013 attendee


Personally, Ol' Myrt here plans to register for the week-long English Ancestors course, since I haven't yet identified Scottish or Irish ancestors.

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Thursday, October 23, 2014

FGS Election Results

NOTE from DearMYRTLE: The following was just received from our friends at the Federation of Genealogical Societies.

D. Joshua Taylor Re-Elected President; New Board Members and Directors include Melissa Tennant, Linda McCauley, and David E. Rencher 

October 23, 2014 – Austin, TX. The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) announces results of its recent election for FGS board members and directors. The election was conducted online September 1 – 30, 2014, with all FGS delegates eligible to vote. Office terms for those elected will begin on January 1, 2015.

With the recent election results, re-elected FGS President D. Joshua Taylor states, "I am honored to serve with such a dedicated board, and look forward to working with those elected to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee over the next two years.”

Re-Elected FGS Board Members
The following directors were re-elected to their positions:
·       Polly Fitzgerald Kimmitt, CGSM (Massachusetts) — Director
·       Randy W. Whited (Texas) — Director

New FGS Board Members
The following board members and directors were newly elected to their positions:
·       Melissa Tennant (Indiana) — Vice President of Administration
·       Linda McCauley* (Kentucky) — Secretary
·       David E. Rencher, AG, CGSM, FIGRS, FUGA (Utah) — Director
·       Cherie Bush (Utah) — Director

*McCauley was first appointed to the FGS board as a Director in early 2014 to fill a vacant position and elected Secretary in this recent election.

About the Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS)
The Federation of Genealogical Societies (FGS) was founded in 1976 and represents the members of hundreds of genealogical societies. FGS links the genealogical community by helping genealogical societies and family history enthusiasts strengthen and grow through online resources, FGS FORUM magazine, and through its annual national conference which provides four days of excellent learning opportunities for both societies and family history enthusiasts. To learn more about FGS visit fgs.org. To learn more about the next annual conference to be held in Salt Lake City, UT, visit fgsconference.org. Also, find FGS on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FGSgenealogy, on Twitter @FGSgenealogy and on the FGS Voice blog at http://voice.fgs.org.


Ancestry.com: New German Databases

DearREADERS,
So I'm sitting in the middle of my week-long Wales Research Course at the British Institute, and what do I discover on the main page of Ancestry.com? Info about new databases applicable to my personal Germany genealogy research. Thank-you Matthew Deighton for the following details via email:

State
Records
Title
Link
Bavaria
2K
Grafing, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1920
Bavaria
7K
Grafing, Germany, Births, 1876-1900
Bavaria
5K
Grafing, Germany, Deaths, 1876-1950
Bavaria
4K
Regen, Germany, Marriages 1876-1934
Bavaria
12K
Regen, Germany, Deaths, 1876-1983
Bavaria
12K
Mühldorf am Inn, Germany, Births, 1876-1899
Bavaria
10K
Regen, Germany, Births, 1876-1904
Bavaria
16K
Mühldorf am Inn, Germany, Deaths, 1876-1950
Bavaria
5K
Mühldorf am Inn, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1920
Berlin
2 million
Berlin, Germany, Selected Marriages, 1874-1920
Berlin
1.1 million
Berlin, Germany, Selected Deaths, 1874-1920
Berlin
900K
Berlin, Germany, Births, 1874-1899
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
250K
UPDATE:  Mecklenburg, Germany, Parish Register Transcripts, 1740-1918
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
6K
UPDATE:  Grevesmühlen, Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania, Germany, Births, 1876-1901
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
6K
Rehna, Germany, Births, 1876-1899
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
7K
Rehna, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1920
Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania
12K
Rehna, Germany, Deaths, 1876-1950
Pomerania
988K
Pomerania, Germany, Parish Register Transcripts, 1544-1883
Lower Saxony
3K
Diepholz, Germany, Marriages, 1874-1920
Lower Saxony
7K
Diepholz, Germany, Births, 1874-1899
Lower Saxony
9K
Diepholz, Germany, Deaths, 1874-1950
Lower Saxony
22K
Diepholz, Germany, Residence Registration, 1874-1913
Lower Saxony
53K
Delmenhorst, Germany, Residence Registration, 1858-1901
Lower Saxony
9K
Delmenhorst, Germany, Recruitment Rolls, 1856-1900
Lower Saxony
15K
Delmenhorst, Germany, Marriages 1876-1920
Rhineland-Palatinate
80K
Mainz, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1920
Rhineland-Palatinate
16K
Mainz, Germany, Emigration Register, 1856-1877
Rhineland-Palatinate
209K
Mainz, Germany, Family Registers 1760-1900
Saxony
720K
Dresden, Germany, Births, 1876-1902
Saxony
328K
Dresden, Germany, Marriages, 1876-1922
Saxony
450K
Dresden, Germany, Deaths, 1876-1951
Schleswig-Holstein
137K
Flensburg, Germany, Death Index Cards, 1874-1982
Baden-Württemberg
645K
Mannheim, Germany, Family Registers, 1760-1900



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