Thursday, November 18, 2004

Had a pretty good day yesterday in my research. Haven't gotten to go to the college library in a good while and probably should keep me a list of things I want to check there handy in case I do get to go. I worked on the Nelson line out of Bedford Co. TN. It is not a direct line of mine but my Gr. Uncle Will B. Jakes Sr. married Georgia Dean who descends from Eli P. Nelson so I enjoy researching it.

Thursday, October 21, 2004

Spent some time this week posting to my lists. List traffic has been slow. The two county lists I admin seem to have come alive some for now. They are usually sporadic. Worked in census records today. Found some occurrences where the indexers had transposed the person's given name with that of their surname listing it incorrectly. Posted those to a few lists that I am on in case anyone had been searching for them

Monday, July 19, 2004

Skillbuilders from the Board for Certification of Genealogists  --  This has some wonderful articles that will help to increase researching skills.
 

Thursday, May 27, 2004

Microfilm & Microfiche Readers

Micrographic Solutions

Census Microfilm

Doc-Imaging

Readers For Sale on Auction Sites

Ebay Search for Microfiche & Microfilm readers

Search Auctions for Microfiche or Microfilm readers

Carriers for Roll Film

Carriers for Converting Fiche Readers to Film Readers
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Saturday, May 01, 2004

I sent off my order for a roll of microfilm to TN State Library & Archives on Monday. Imagine my surprise when I received that order today. Needless to say....I was totally amazed.

The Microfilm I ordered was
Shellsford Missionary Baptist Church (McMinnville, Tenn.) Records 1855-1960

Microfilm #286 -- Shellsford Missionary Baptist Church Records. McMinnville, 1855-1960. 6 vols. TSLA. 1 reel. 35 mm. Microfilm Only Collection.
Records of Shellsford Church, consisting of minutes, membership lists, and associational letters, which contain financial and statistical records for this Warren County church.

Thursday, April 29, 2004

I started my family history research in 1990. Didn't have a computer til about 1994 and then didn't really get into genealogy online until about 1997. I hope to add to this blog some thoughts, links etc. that I have found useful in my research