Unpacking History One Discovery at a Time
Thanks, Rachelle! Good work.
I have just returned from a two week genealogical immersion trip to Pennsylvania. The first week was in the Philadelphia area, Chester County and Bucks County to research my family’s ancestors. The 2nd week was to attend the Genealogical Research Institute of Pittsburgh for Dr. Tom Jones’s class Determining Kinship Reliably Using the Genealogical Proof Standard. Both parts of the trip were very successful and tremendously fun. (No small part because my dear friend Val was there to share the entire journey, as well as Kate who joined us for GRIP). In the coming weeks I will be discussing some of the documents, adventures, learnings and ah ha moments along the way.
So, about planning…I shared with you the lack of planning that went into the Texas trip in March and how I paid for that in a very small return on my investment (however, again Val was there…so…
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