"While there is still lots for me to learn about records of all types, I would have to say most immediately being systematic about how I conduct my research would be my weakest link. A research log would be a good thing and staying focus on one task…"
Lisa Louise Cooke of the Genealogy Gems Podcast at http://www.GenealogyGems.TV interviews genealogy blogger Randy Seaver of the Genea-Musings blog at www.geneamusings.com about family history, blogging, conferences and research. Filmed at the…
What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
U.S., England, Germany, Belarus, Sweden
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
If you are a genealogy expert, what are your specialties?
Google Tools, Online Research Strategies, Newspapers, Immigration and Naturalization. I am a "Genealogy New Media Producer" providing audio (podcasts), video (videocasts) and online resources. I also teach nationally and have published a book and articles.
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
I wanted to discover who the faces were in my grandma's old dustry black covered scrapbooks. The reasons I have continued are too many to mention!
Thanks for getting back to me. No problem, I used your bio from the SCGJamorbee book and also went on the Internet and found a nice pic. of you in color and sent out anouncements to all our members and the press. Looks like it is going to be a dandy Seminar, got well over 100 registrations already and more coming in every day. Look forward to your presentation. Larry says you are amazing. D
Hi Lisa, Just talked to Larry Bowles of the Hemet-San Jacinto Genealogical Society concerning your gracious acceptance of his invitation to speak at our 24th of Oct Seminar. We are thrilled to have you. I do PR for the HSJGS and would appreciate an e-mailed Word Document of your Bio to send to the local Newspapers, I already saved your Photo to go with it. My e-addy is: firstname.lastname@example.org I have the copy of your bio from the Jamobree book but the newspapers need one they can edit & copy from. Thanks a bunch.
Donna L. Senff-mata
I am indeed and have been using the LDS facilities to look through old parish records. It's been absolutely fascinating. I haven't got much further with my family history studies. In fact I've gone slightly backwards as I've found out stuff which disproves an earlier theory