As a subscriber to Find My Past I regularly receive targeted offers from them. A recent one was the offer of a free infographic based on my family research so far. It was very simple to use. I generated a gedcom file from my Roots Magic database and uploaded it to Twile, using their easy-to-follow instructions.… Continue reading Tuesday’s Tip – Summarising Your Data Twile & Infographics
I realised recently that although I have been adding new information to my tree, I had completely forgotten to keep the spreadsheet I had spent hours on a couple of years ago updated - arrggh! The spreadsheet exercise has proved very useful in the past so I'm fairly annoyed with myself at not keeping it up.… Continue reading Tuesday’s Tip – Unsuccessfully Organising Myself Part I
Visiting Nottingham Archives for the first time in a while over the summer, I realised they'd moved the shelves around. The microfiche indexes, which I had gone in to look at, had moved round the corner to a different shelf; in their place I came across a transcript of memorial inscriptions for Basford cemetery, completed… Continue reading Tuesday Tip – Looking again… and again…..
This is just a follow up from my previous Tuesday Tip in which I'd overcome a brick wall by checking a previous failed search more carefully. Today I've received a copy of my 3x great-grandparent's marriage certificate: Information on this marriage certificate means I now know for definite that Sarah's father was Samuel, who was employed… Continue reading Tuesday’s Tip – a follow up