Now Online for KGS Members:
A Recorded KGS Webinar –
Amy Johnson Crow
"The Genealogy Research Process ––
THE WANDER Method "
(Originally presented May 16, 2020)
Find the link under the "2nd Saturday Videos 2020" tab in the "Members Only" section.
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More Stay-at-Home Pastimes for Genealogists
1. Write an article for Bluegrass Roots! Your research tips, family history, or surprise findings could be helpful to others. Send your article or proposal to email@example.com for consideration.
2. Re-open that long-abandoned research that you think has hit a dead end. Online genealogical websites add thousands of new records every day. Maybe the very record you need is posted now.
3. Convene a meeting of cousins via Zoom or another platform and brainstorm the family history. Maybe a cousin has photos the rest of the family doesn't have. Maybe the older cousins have info and memories the younger cousins haven't heard. Record an oral history. The possibilities are endless!
4. Help genealogists worldwide by joining the Bluegrass Roots surname indexing team. Volunteers use easy online indexing software provided by KGS and choose when and how much to be involved. To volunteer, send email to Rosemary McFarland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Stay home but stay connected through KGS.
We're always open online!
A Message from the KGS President
at This Historic Time
Dear KGS Members and Friends,
As I write this, I do not know the full impact the COVID-19 pandemic will have on the KGS community. Here are my thoughts:
Now Online . . .
Spring Issue of Bluegrass Roots
Featured in This Issue:
- Winners of the first KGS Digitization Grants
- Salute to Volunteers
- KGS & COVID-19: Plans for the Future
- Identifying an Unknown Soldier
- William H. Hobby Family – Part 2
- How to Leave Your Genealogical Legacy
To read those articles and more, sign in and look for Bluegrass Roots under "Members Only."
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