Friday, October 23, 2015

Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for October 23, 2015

My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order)
  1. Twitter for Genealogists by Jen Baldwin for NextGen Genealogy Network
  2. Tuesday’s Genealogy Tip – Be a Reporter! by Lisa Lisson, author of Lisa Lisson
  3. Using RootsTech Site Tools to Create a Possible Schedule AND Keep the Fire Burning by Devon Lee, author of A Patient Genealogist
  4. How to Upload Your Tree to RootsWeb’s WorldConnect by Cathy Meder-Dempsey, author of Opening Doors in Brick Walls
  5. What Do I Do Next? 5 Tips for Using FamilySearch Partners by Diana Elder for Family Locket
  6. Sonia Diamond Holocaust Reparations Application by Lara Diamond, author of Lara's Family Search
  7. Deleting Person Entries in Family Tree by Matt Wright for FamilySearch Blog
  8. Look for New York Ancestors in Ledger Books Online by Lorine McGinnis Schulze, author of Ancestors At Rest
  9. Make Your Family History Survive the Test of Time by Denise May Levenick for Blog
  10. HAVE EARLY MASSACHUSETTS ANCESTORS? This might be your lucky day by Diane Gould Hall, author of MICHIGAN FAMILY TRAILS
  11. Cite Your Sources on FamilySearch with the Evernote Web Clipper: Evernote for Genealogy by Lisa Louise Cooke, author of Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems
  12. More Sessional Paper Discoveries by Dianne Nolin, author of Genealogy: Beyond the BMD
  13. Time to Write: #1 Making an Outline by Colleen G. Brown Pasquale, author of Leaves & Branches
  14. "Was" or "Is" . . . What Tense Makes Most Sense For One's Ancestors? (October 22, 2015) by John D. Tew, author of Filiopietism Prism
  15. Win a FREE RootsTech 2016 (February 3-6, 2016) Registration Here on Genea-Musings AND Forward to the Family History Future – 2045 by Randy Seaver, author of Genea-Musings
  16. Immigrant Ancestors and Sport in the Progressive Era; plus Google doesn’t always know everything by Laura, author of Almost Home
  17. 4 Ways to Record Your Life for Future Researchers on Evernote by Kerry Scott for Genealogy Insider Blog
  18. Reminiscing About Blogging by Fran Ellsworth for Worldwide Genealogy ~ A Genealogical Collaboration
  19. What Orderly Roots guides should I write next? by Janine Adams, author of Organize Your Family History

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