I have a question. This sounds silly but I don't know and I am interested, so, how do I become an AG member? I was looking at attending the Conference in Oct. There is a different price for members, however if it told me how to join I missed it can you help me, You've been grat in the past, and I appreciate your help.
I appreciate you fpr responding to me. I thought I had been doing geneology for years, I just get overwhelmed at times can I contact you from time to time?
Right now I am reading Elizabeth Shown Mills. I think I am doing okay at this point. But I would really appreciate your conversation from time to time.
My Howells are from Saint Arvans, Monmouthshire, now Wales (sometimes they were considered part of England). There's a beautiful photo of the chapel they built there I found on google images. I also found some interesting info about "good King Howell."
"I think it should be addressed briefly in the body of the report. By doing that, it shows you understand that not all sources are created equal, and that you've tried to get the best source possible. If a secondary source really is…"
"What I'd recommend is that you complete the citation as you normally would, but in any place where your name or other identifying information goes, replace it with [applicant] or [applicant's address] or whatever, using the square…"
I vote you just do your best to reconstruct a research calendar from your notes, To Do Lists, and your best guess of what order you researched. Guesstimate the dates. The notes and To Do Lists are probably both listed somewhat…"
Becoming an Accredited Genealogist (AG) is not a "membership" but an earned credential. The process to achieve that credential is outlined on the ICAPGen website, but essentially involves successfully completing the rigorous…"
I have a question. This sounds silly but I don't know and I am interested, so, how do I become an AG member? I was looking at attending the Conference in Oct. There is a different price for members, however if it told me how to…"
In Evidence Explained (Mills, 2009, 2nd ed.) the basic idea is that you site the jurisdiction; series; page, arrangement, or archival ID; item of interest; record repository; repository location; and film ID.
The example Mills gives (p.…"