Monthly Archives: June 2008
One way to share what data you have and note what data you need is to post your genealogy on the web. Before you do that, however, please read the Guidelines For Publishing Web Pages On The Internet. This document … Continue reading
National Archives Announces Successful Completion of Major Milestone of Electronic Records Archives System
I’m not going to blog the week of June 23 – 30. I have three magazine articles to work on and that’s going to keep me busy! By June 1, I should be able to start up again!
Need some genealogy related clip art for your family reunion? Wish you had a handy little program to quickly convert Roman numbers to Arabic numerals? Want to know how a certain genealogy program works? Try this great page: Genealogy Freebies … Continue reading
I’m hoping to get this mirrored to my other sites soon!
As soon as possible, I am transferring my Crowe’s Nest blog to blog.epcrowe.com
The Record Search pilot has added 72 million new names to its Mexico Baptism collection online. The collection was transcribed from Mexico parish records dating from 1659 to 1905, and is not necessarily complete for any particular place or region. It also includes records from the Middle … Continue reading
As I noted in my post on May 22, it’s important to back up your documents and data. Folks in the Mississippi Valley and tributaries are now having to deal with soggy documents, flooded photo albums, and trashed treasures. Besides … Continue reading
This past weekend I gave a speech and attended a wedding in Charleston, South Carolina. When I got back, I found this email: “Dear Ms. Crowe, I just wanted to thank you for the presentation yesterday at the library. …I … Continue reading
Access the entire Ancestry.com newspaper collection FREE through June 19th. A young boy saves his brother from an oncoming train. A grandmother of 10 robs a local bank at gunpoint. Childhood sweethearts marry in the park where they met. Events … Continue reading