We're halfway through October...and i'm a week shy of 71 now. The weather has cooled off a bit, highs in the upper 70s this week. This was another all-genealogy stay-home day.
* Read email and blogs, then wrote Treasure Chest Thursday - Post 236: Norman Sever's Military Service Summary. Answered email.
* Worked a bit in billion Graves, testing the Plus features. Went down a research rabbit hole from one of the Seaver entries, and added 4 generations of a new Seaver bush. Earliest is a Massachusetts guy, but cannot attach him to another family yet.
* Researched and wrote More About Mocavo.com Census Images and Census Viewer - UPDATED.
* Watched one of Russ's videos, and uploaded a GEDCOM to FamilyTreeDNA. Did 12 generations of ancestors, but it shows only 5.
* Tried to force Ancestry to add Hints for many branches of my Ancestry Member Tree. Went methodically through it to highlight 2nd great-grandparents, wait for the Hints to appear in Family view, and then move on. That added thousands more Hints to the Records list. For my AMT, I have 42,920 people and 20,617 Record Hints. I know there are more, but Ancestry seems to dole them out a bit every day. Sources up to 55,393.
* Worked in the 1930 census, adding content and sources for the V and S and some C names.
* At 5:15 p.m., went in for dinner, read the paper, and watch the baseball game. Giants eventually won 6-3 on a walkoff homer in the 9th. So the Series is set KC vs. SF.
* Online at 7 p.m. to do more sources in the 1930 census, then worked on the 52 Ancestors post.
* Added to the Best Of post, checked in on Facebook, and wrote this post. Genealogy today was 11.0 hours.