1. Scan Family Documentation
  2. Scan Family Photos
  3. Upload Family Documentation and Photos to Photobucket/Ancestry/1000 Memories Shoebox/FaceBook/Google +/
  4. Create Backup of Family Data
  5. Update Family Blogs 
  6. Blog continually about subjects
  7. Revisit old emails
  8. Visit and document family cemeteries once a month ~ time permitting
  9. Finish 8 Generation Chart
  10. Map Where Family Located/Traveled
  11. Document Sources
  12. Finish 10 Generation Chart
  13. Update Rootsweb Backup every 6 months
  14. Post other places besides Ancestry and Rootsweb…Genealogy, GenCircles, etc… So it is viewable to others > Official tree will reside on Ancestry
  15. Complete “Brickwalls” or “Needle in the Haystack” mysteries
  16. Contribute to Ancestry “World Archives Project”
  17. Contribute to Family Search “Indexing”
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

Hoosier Forest Watch

Protecting Indiana's Public Forests: a project of the Indiana Forest Alliance

The Blank Signature

Our Home and Family Projects

Berkshire Research

Berkshire Family History and Genealogical Research


All about genealogy!

Old Bones Genealogy of New England

Genealogy and Family History Research

This Bird Does It

Librarian ramblings

At The O'Hara Pond

Phillip H. Pitzer's Blog


The Multiple Thoughts of a Contagious Soul

Grow Your Own Family Tree

Alan Stewart's UK and Ireland family history news

The Family Kalamazoo

A genealogical site devoted to the history of the DeKorn and Zuidweg families of Kalamazoo and the Mulder family of Caledonia

Juggling Buckets

...and other seemingly impossible tasks.

garbage collecting

technical trash hoping to become treasure

Judy's Family History

A family history and genealogy blog


A take on the past from a fan of the future

Heartland Genealogy

Tackling those Brick Walls


Observing whatever tickles my fancy

telling family tales


Roots to the Past

Atlantic Canada's Genealogy Hub

This I Leave

Mothers leave a saucer & a story: Claycombs, Duncans, & more

%d bloggers like this: