Archive for ‘General Information’

March 26, 2009

March 2009 Archived Posts

From my old blog at http://genealogical.today.com.

March 2, 2009: Narrowing It Down

March 4, 2009: Current Reading List

March 5, 2009: Searching Multiple Locations for Information on a Single Event (Part 1)

March 8, 2009: The Art of the Family Tree

March 9, 2009: Cornerstone Organization: Research Logs

March 10, 2009: Tombstone Tuesday: New Church Building, Old Cemetery

March 17, 2009: Tombstone Tuesday: Obie Hawks, 1871 – 1916

March 23, 2009: Oy!

March 26, 2009

February 2009 Archived Posts

From my old blog at http://genealogical.today.com.

February 4, 2009: National Genealogical Society Standards

February 5, 2009: Researching Female Ancestry

February 9, 2009: Little Tennessee Valley Origins

February 10, 2009: Abraham Lincoln Born an Enloe?

February 11, 2009: Genealogy Books on the Way

February 12, 2009: Use Your Camera!

February 13, 2009: Free Online Genealogy Webinars

February 15, 2009: Superficial Research

February 16, 2009: Further Notes on Genealogical Journals

February 17, 2009: Tombstone Tuesday: Martin Tombstone Mix-Up

February 18, 2009: (Not Nearly) Wordless Wednesday: Maw-Maw

February 22, 2009: Passages Through Time Genealogy Conference

February 23, 2009: *footnote and William Curtis

February 24, 2009: Tombstone Tuesday: Edward Coffee and Elizabeth Neville Coffee

February 25, 2009: Wordful Wednesday: Paw-Paw

February 26, 2009: Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System

February 28, 2009: A Win at State!

March 26, 2009

January 2009 Archived Posts

From my old blog at http://genealogical.today.com/.

January 1, 2009: Primary vs. Secondary Information

January 2, 2009: Race and Genealogy

January 3, 2009: The Value of Local History Books

January 4, 2009: Using WorldCat

January 5, 2009: Voices from the Past

January 6, 2009: Case Study: Finding Isabel

January 7, 2009: Never Give Up: Books to Help Get You Over the Research Hump

January 8, 2009: Lateral Ancestors

January 9, 2009: FamilySearch.org’s Pilot Record Search Web Site

January 11, 2009: Jury Lists and Tax Records

January 12, 2009: Cornerstone Organizing: Using Family Group Sheets

January 13, 2009: Bring History to Life

January 14, 2009: Finding Family Bibles

January 15, 2009: Source Citation

January 16, 2009: John Martin, Sr.’s Date of Naturalization

January 18, 2009: Handwriting Decipherment Class

January 20, 2009: Genealogical Proof Standard

January 21, 2009: Annals of Genealogical Research

January 23, 2009: Poor School Records

January 24, 2009: Research Plans

January 25, 2009: Upcoming Seminars and Conferences in the Southeast USA

January 29, 2009: A Place for Everything

March 25, 2009

December 2008 Archived Posts

From my old blog located at http://genealogical.today.com/.

December 12, 2008: Welcome!

December 13, 2008: Beginning Your Research

December 14, 2008: Genetic Genealogy Conference, January 24, 2009

December 15, 2008: The Three Cornerstones of Genealogical Research

December 16, 2008: Using Ancestry.com–for Free! (Well, Almost…)

December 17, 2008: Cornerstone Collection: Vital Records

December 18, 2008: North Carolina County Records Moved

December 19, 2008: Heritage Quest

December 20, 2008: Genealogy: A Hobby or an Obsession?

December 21, 2008: To Paper or Not To Paper

December 23, 2008: Getting Stuck and Other Mishaps

December 24, 2008: Christmas Eve Gift!

December 25, 2008: Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness

December 26, 2008: Persistence: The Fourth Cornerstone

December 28, 2008: Case Study: Grandma Morgan’s Death Notice

December 29, 2008: The Difference Between a Professional Genealogist and a Certified Genealogist

December 30, 2008: Burning Out on Research

December 31, 2008: Original vs. Derivative Records

March 24, 2009

Move In Progress

I am in the process of moving my blog, Genealogical Research: A Hobby or an Obsession?, from Today.com to a new hosting service. The old posts will remain up and intact at the old site (as far as I know), but new posts will be made here. Please have patience as I sort through everything. Posting should begin again within a few days. Before that, however, I’m going to try to make posts housing links to archived articles from my old site for reference purposes. This may take a few days; I appreciate your patience for the duration of this move.

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