Monthly Archives: August 2009

Gathering information from family and relatives

Contributed by Richard Beaver-2009

 

Family and other relatives are often the source of very good genealogy information that could be extremely difficult or impossible to discover on your own.  Start your research with your own family, but always be prepared to interview relatives. Don’t put off interviewing that Great Aunt.

First of all, you want to […]

By |August 29th, 2009|Research|

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Family History Software

Contributed by Richard Beaver-2009

 

Genealogy research is my hobby. Hobbyist genealogists typically pursue their own ancestry and that of their children and spouses, without spending a lot of money.  That will guide my recommendations on family history software packages.

  • If you want free, then checkout Personal Ancestral File.
  • If you are going to subscribe to a service […]

By |August 29th, 2009|Research|

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TO ALL Who Would Like to VOLUNTEER AT THE FRISCO HERITAGE MUSEUM

Summer is almost over. It’s a fact. School starts again in two weeks. That’s a fact. School tours of the museum will begin again late September or early October. That, too, is a fact. The Museum needs your help. That’s definitely a fact!

Volunteers who have served this year tell me that it is […]

By |August 24th, 2009|News, Archive|

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People We Need to Identify

Click on any picture to see the entire photo…

 

 
 

 

Enter who you think this is in comments along with  the title of the picture.

By |August 15th, 2009|Photos|

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Getting started

Have you ever scaled a tree and sat enjoying the view?

 Well, get ready to climb… and this tree—and the view from it—will be the most fascinating you’ve ever seen. Your family will want to climb the tree someday, too, so it’s important to carefully record your findings in a permanent place for everyone to enjoy […]

By |August 10th, 2009|Research|

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