George G. Morgan's new book, How to Do Everything
Genealogy, 3rd edition, has just been published by
McGraw-Hill in softcover and in electronic format. George will soon
announce how people can order a signed copy.
Joel Weintraub tells The Guys about a collection of One-Step
tools for working with the forthcoming 1940 U.S. Federal Census at
Steve Morse's website.
Patricia has a question about her great-grandfather, John A.
Rob of New Port Richey, Florida, asks about access at the
University of South Florida Tampa Library and at the
Tampa-Hillsborough Public Library system to records outside of
Margaret discusses how she shares family history information
with relatives and others using her blog and Dropbox.
Steve shares information with family members in a similar
manner. He also talks about his experiences in transferring data
between genealogy database programs, a topic that The Guys
discussed in a previous episode.
Avi asks questions concerning his family members who lived in
the area of Troy, New York.
Phil asks for help because he has discovered that his
grandmother had four first names.