Finding ancestor tidbits. Organizing. Writing. Citing. Publishing. Copyright. ETC.
The easiest question will be this: if one is only interested in drawing a family tree, why worry about documenting sources? Why write about it? The answer is in the continuous budding one hopes, for that tree. The next generation to dig into its roots or examine new branches, will be happy to know exactly where to begin, anew. And, of course, if it is shared, it should be properly attributed.
This corner of the blog hopes to ferret out reader experience and questions on data handling for armchair genealogists, from “EUREKA!” to sharing the find, with others.
.White print: family history, archive, roots, heritage, story weaving, DNA, data gap,