This was Veterans Day, and I stayed home and did some genealogy work. Feel like I wasted a lot of time, though.
* Read email and blogs, noted that My World War I Veteran - Lyle Lawrence Carringer (1891-1976) posted and wrote Tombstone Tuesday - Elizabeth Spangler (1796-1863) in Crawford County, Pennsylvania.
* Got the cruise paperwork squared away and printed out. Whew! Read and answered email. Did 46 more 1930 US Census entries.
* Wrote Progress in Adding Census Records to My Ancestry Member Tree and RootsMagic Database. Went off at 3:45 p.m. for a walk to the bridge and back - only 1.4 miles, 2,800 steps, but I was huffing and puffing when I got home.
* Added a bunch of Twitter follows. Looked for Seavers in Historical Obituaries on GenealogyBank. found some, and did a few transcripts. Found a bunch that are not in my database...tried to find some but not much luck - the black hole between 1940 and 1980.
* Went in at 5:15 p.m. to watch TV, eat dinner and wash the dishes.
* Online at 6:30 p.m. to read, add to the Best Of post, answer email, work in the Newby tree a bit, then more Seaver obits and some Find A Grave entries too.
* Went in and watched Finding Your Roots at 8 p.m. - pretty good, interesting the Indian records! They made a big deal about Sally field descended from William Bradford.
* Online at 9 p.m. to mess around with Seaver obits some more, chased several rabbit trails without much success.
* Checked Facebook, wrote this post. Genealogy today was 10.0 hours.