Tuesday, March 27, 2012

My genealogy day - 27 March 2012

It was a stay at home genealogy day - the first one in a week.

*  Read email and blogs, wrote Tuesday's Tip - Find 1940 Addresses in City Directories.  Wrote 

My First Look at FamilySearch Family Tree - Post 2: Source Citations.

*  Finished up the syllabi for the Legacy cruise talks and sent them to Geoff R.  Answered some email.  Checked Facebook.  Wrote CVGS Meeting on Wednesday, 28 March: Joel Weintraub on 1940 census.

*  Worked in the database for awhile.  Looked at City Directories on Ancestry.com some more.  Had telecon with Liz on taxes.  Wrote Michael Hait's Genealogy Software Challenge - Citing a Probate Law and Making a Proof Argument.

*  Went out and mowed the front lawn.  It looks better!  Came in and read, then ate dinner, and joined the Mark Lowe webinar in progress.  

*  Worked in the database some more, then did some sourcing from Find-a-Grave on the Seavers.  Added to the Best Of post, and wrote this post.  

Genealogy today was 10.5 hours.

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