New pins to my Genealogy board this week include links to two new [to me] resources that may be helpful in researching my mother’s Irish and Scottish ancestors.

The following two links are to an article and a video lesson on FamilySearch.org that are relevant to current goals and research:

Because I don’t want my family history to just exist as files on my laptop, I pin links to creative ideas that showcase ways to display and use my family history records but not the typical scrapbooking page.

I really like this chart!

Pinterest, for those who do not know, is a way to categorize and bookmark links on the Internet in a visually appealing way. You can create a board on any topic of interest and “pin” a link to almost any website you find of that you want to bookmark for your chosen topic. The pins show up on your board using a photo or graphic from the website. You can write your own descriptor for the link.

For more pins to genealogy resources, articles and creative inspiration, be sure to look at my Pinterest board at Pinterest.

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A bit about me

Erin Williamson Klein
New York to Nevada
Started my research in 1993
Following the GPS!
Sourced Database Statistics:

2 of 2 people identified in 1st generation
3 of 4 people identified in 2nd generation
6 of 8 people identified in 3rd generation
12 of 16 people identified in 4th generation
20 of 32 people identified in 5th generation
18 of 64 people identified in 6th generation

# people properly sourced
# remaining to be sourced
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