FamilySearch updates 26 March 2015

The following are the new and updated collections from FamilySearch this week New York, New York Passenger and Crew Lists, 1909, 1925-1957 25 Mar 2015 Mexico, Oaxaca, Catholic Church Records, 1559-1988 24 Mar 2015 Texas, County Marriage Records, 1837-1977 24 Mar 2015 United States, GenealogyBank Obituaries, 1980-2014 23 Mar 2015 Kentucky Probate Records, 1727-1990 23 Mar 2015… Continue reading FamilySearch updates 26 March 2015

Legacy Family Tree

Copying photos to multiple individuals in Legacy 8

Version 8 of Legacy Family Tree introduced sharing events, but what about photos that include a number of family members? I tried looking on the Legacy Family Tree website, but couldn't find any instructions.  I am therefore adding the instructions on how to do this here. There are already instructions available on how to attach media files to a person in… Continue reading Copying photos to multiple individuals in Legacy 8

Ancestry updates 23 March 2015

The following are the Recently added and updated collections at this week. NEW  Web: Bisbee, Arizona, Evergreen Cemetery Index, 1884-2007 18/03/2015 UPDATED  Kansas State Census Collection, 1855-1925  18/03/2015 NEW  UK, Electrical Engineer WWI and WWII Rolls of Honour, 1924, 1949 17/03/2015 NEW  Pennsylvania, Birth Records, 1906-1908 16/03/2015

Legacy Family Tree · Sunday afternoon Genealogy Fun

Finding source citation statistics in Legacy Family Tree

This week in Saturday Night Genealogy Fun on Randy Seaver’s Genea-Musings blog, the topic is source citations - Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - Which Source Have You Used the Most? The questions asked were: 1) Have you done a good job of citing your sources in your genealogy management program or online family tree?  How… Continue reading Finding source citation statistics in Legacy Family Tree

Sharing family history research

Should you share your family tree online?

A recent post on Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter by Dick Eastman was “Who Owns Your Genealogy Data” He mentioned how a person didn’t want to share their family online as someone might “steal it”.  He then went on to say that since that person had compiled their family history from publicly accessible records, he didn’t… Continue reading Should you share your family tree online?