Category Archives: Q & A

Q & A – Keeping a Journal

One of the readers who asked about blogging, also asked about how they could journal. Julie, I have admired over the years your posts about journalling and am amazed that you have kept a journal for decades. How do you … Continue reading

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Q & A – Citations and Repositories

Hi Julie, I enjoyed the online Chat and just read the evening one so have ordered the book mentioned. I’ve managed to get RootsMagic to work on my Mac – I don’t think it will link to anything online but. … Continue reading

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Q & A – Study Starting Point

Hi Julie, I have collected some Census information, Marriages and Cemetery Records for my one name study. I would like to start entering individuals into Roots Magic. The marriages have spouses and marriage dates but no age or parents for … Continue reading

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Q & A – Consistency in Recording Place Names

For researchers not use to researching in England and Wales it is worth pointing our some inconsistencies when researching and recording place names Firstly, in England and Wales births, marriages and deaths were recorded from September 1837. They were recorded … Continue reading

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Q & A – How do I set up an eBay search for my Surname?

Following my article in Family Tree Magazine, where I mentioned setting up an eBay alert for a surname, I received a few questions on how to set it up. I thought I would also answer that here, in a step … Continue reading

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Q & A – Frank, Anton and Anna Hunt – Württemberg, Germany

Before Christmas I gave a webinar to a genealogical group in the United States. I was forwarded a question, but noted some weeks later that the email was without the address of the genealogist. I therefore through I would reply, … Continue reading

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