Spring has sprung! Time for taking a fresh look at our family history research. JOIN the panel or VIEW and COMMENT over on G+. DearMYRTLE's Genealogy Community located here: http://tinyurl.com/MyrtsNext
Practical, down-to-earth advice for family historians. It's all about sharing the latest info for finding documents providing evidence of those elusive ancestors.
We are using Google+ Hangouts On Air for this event.
Noon Eastern US (New York)
11 am Central US (Chicago)
10am Mountain US (Denver, Salt Lake City)
9am Pacific US (Los Angeles)
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Tim Birkowski's "I found my biological Grandfather - the smoking gun" on the Sherlock's Genealogical Adventures blog.
Jason Crew's series of comments in the DearMYRTLE Genealogy Forum on G+ that began with: "Am I missing something, or would listing a marriage as an assertion from an 1850 census record be incorrect? I was doing it out of habit based on the other census, but when I looked closely I noticed that it doesn't actually state the relationship other than they live in the same household.
My other thought would be to include the assertion, but consider it indirect, because of the positioning, age relative to others on the census, gender, etc."
+Andrew Hatchett's share about Germany and Hangouts on Air "Stupid, Antiquated German Regulations Mean Germans Couldn't Watch Our Google Hangout [...]" on the Tech Dirt blog.
Is there a FORUM to archive new genealogy citation formats a la Elizabeth Shown Mills? Yes. Check them out at http://www.EvidenceExplained.com