Last week I posted a geneameme called “Beyond the Internet”. I thought it would be interesting to see whether off-line resources are still being used by family historians and whether we still see value in them.
I was delighted to see people engaging with this geneameme…it was so interesting seeing people’s discoveries in the records. Some people plainly loved highlighting the records they’ve used in their research often to great effect. Others commented on it as an aide memoir for current or future research.
The jury is still out on whether old-fashioned documents still have a place in research: the sample here isn’t really large enough to know. But those who’ve used the records are in no doubt of their usefulness. An inbuilt bias to the questions perhaps? What records would you add?
Thanks very much to all those who participated. If I’ve omitted anyone please do let me know: I’ve had a google alert on this but I must be doing something wrong as they’re not all coming through.
Australian Genealogy Journeys (first off the post Aillin!)
From Helen V Smith’s keyboard – Helen
Genealogy Leftovers – Judy
Geniaus – Jill
My Family Puzzles -Alison
My Genealogy Adventure -Tanya
Shauna Hicks History Enterprises -Shauna
The Tree of Me – Sharon
Tracking down the family – Jennifer
Wandering Roots -Julia
A response from:
Family History Fun -Susan
And comments from
A Hundred Years Ago –Sheryl