Interesting story in the Louisville Courier Journal this morning about a father and son genealogist duo, who have a giggling good time climbing the family tree. The article is by Dale Moss, a columnist for the LCJ who writes about all things Hoosier — his beat is north of the river. His column appears Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays in the Indiana page. This story highlights how the Strouds used the internet to track down their earliest Hoosier ancestors.
The Strouds, the subject of this week’s column, have showcased the results of their work at the Thomas Stround Family History Index page on the American Civil War, Indiana Volunteers, 70th Regiment site. Their postings include photographs, cemetery markers, a map of the Stroud migration, and military records.
An excellent example of putting your reasearch on the web for others to peruse, with contact info shoud you wish to exchange data with them. A link to a screen shot is below.