Friday, October 21, 2016

How to add the Genealogy Notebook to your Evernote


I've recently had some questions about how to join my Genealogy Evernote notebook so here are the steps.  If you have questions please let me know at sthomas51004@gmail.com or leave a comment.



1. Click this link and the box should open to join the notebook.


You will then find the note book in your Evernote program.  I use the Windows desktop version.
To copy specific notes to your notebooks to use them :

1.  Locate the notebook and right click the note you want to save in your Evernote account.
2.  Click copy to notebook.
3.  In the next window that opens select the note book you want to copy to. {I copy to my inbox notebook and make whatever changes and rename the note then move it to the correct notebook.




Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Evernote -- Best Practices Notebook


To help keep data consistent in my Legacy database I created a notebook named Best Practices.  Evernote is always open on my computer so it is easy to open it up and find what I need and enter it consistently each time.

For example :

When adding a Find A Grave event to my Legacy database I open the Best Practices notebook and go to the Event -- Find A Grave note.  I copy the template and paste it into the event and fill in the information.

There are notes for events, citations, and templates.  The copy and paste feature makes quick and easy to enter data consistently.

How do you keep your information consistent??

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Friday, October 7, 2016

Funeral Card Friday -- Harlan Levi Thomas


Harlan Levi Thomas was born 20 February 1895 in Asbury, Fishing Creek Township, Columbia county, Pennsylvania and he died 9 December 1967 in Orangeville, Columbia county, Pennsylvania.  Harlan was the Great-grandfather of my Husband. {There is a discrepancy between his date of birth on the funeral card and his date of birth on his birth registration.}

Funeral Card from the Dean W. Kriner Funeral Home in Benton, Pennsylvania for Harlan Levi Thomas

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Interesting This Week



  1. Paper Planning Magazine -- The 2nd issue is up.  It is about planners and planning.  Great resource.
  2. Forever -- Cloud photo storage.  I am still looking in to this but it looks like this could be great solution for precious photographs.
  3. Carolina Girl Genalogy blog -- She did a post about the Little Family Tree app for kids.  This looks like a great idea for the kiddos in your life.
  4. October is Family History Month!  @ Desperately Seeking Surnames  there is a post highlighting 4 things to do to celebrate.
  5. UpFront with NGS shared some upcoming virtual genalogy fairs
  6. Barbara Poole shared 10 Things I Wished I Knew When I Started My Blog
  7. I Heart Planners -- YOUR PLANNER WON’T HELP YOU GET MORE DONE
  8. HOW TO MAKE GROCERY STORE FLOWERS LOOK FANCY
  9. I love this browser timer.  It helps keep me on track.
  10. The Pomodoro Technique for time management.  {It goes with the browser timer above}
What interesting things did you find this week??


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