Category Archives: Software

Leafseeker Solvers #1 Let’s Get Organized!

Let’s Get Organized! Jan. 10: Choosing & Using Genealogy Software The hobby of genealogy may begin with notebook jottings but can quickly turn into a vast jumble of family facts. Using computer software can help keep facts in order and … Continue reading

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Busy like a bee!

Did the year 2015 fly by and leave you with a trail of genealogy chores? Life sure has a way of putting family research in the back corner. But don’t fret, there are ways to get back on track, get … Continue reading

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Getting Organized #1: Software Data

This month let’s be dedicated to setting aside a few hours to get some things organized for the family tree. Who knows, maybe I’ll find a few things I overlooked when tucking the sources away! Family tree software has its … Continue reading

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African-American Special Interest Group Recap April 2, 2011

The African-American Special Interest Group (AA-SIG) of the St. Louis Genealogical Society is a roundtable discussion group for researchers focusing on African Ancestors. The following is a highlight of many items discussed during the April 2, 2011 roundtable. Discussion #1: … Continue reading

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