Monday, March 22, 2021

Thank-you WikiTree Volunteers

To the nearly 40 WikiTree volunteers who spent last week busting through an astonishing 20(!) of my brick walls - THANK YOU❣️ And Dolly Yockey finally has a father! Wow!

THE BIG REVEAL This is the first hour - where WikiTree explained their amazing breakthroughs to me. If you cannot view this video on your device, use this link:

Needless to say, I’m still in shock. And I’m having a blast working through the changes and learning about a few new record sets and places where ancestors once lived. This has been a real shot in the arm for my research. 🤗 Your selfless service is greatly appreciated. ❤️ There is truly no way I can repay your kindness — except to continue to tell everyone about the marvelous sourcing and collaboration at WikiTree. PS - FamilySearch could learn a lot from your team efforts. After all, we want to climb the correct family tree, and not get lost on a shaky, speculative branch.
THIS is the 2nd hour, immediately following the big reveal.
If you cannot view the embedded video, use this link:
SD quality is replaced with ND and CC usually within the hour of upload.

Now perhaps you understand what a great deal of work I have to do correlating new findings with my current genealogy database. 

If you value the interactive genealogy and journaling education provided in DearMYRTLE webinars, meetings, and videos, please consider donating. Thank you in advance.

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