Friday, August 03, 2007


How to get started by Richard A. Pence:

"The following beginner's guide to genealogy was first syndicated to newspapers in 1977 and again in 1982 by the Register and Tribune Syndicate.
While it has been updated to reflect such things as new addresses, it obviously doesn't deal with how you might effectively use them in genealogy work, since it was written before the days of home computers.

Those experienced with computers will readily see applications in research, recordkeeping and printing out material. Richard A. Pence is co-author, with Paul Andereck, of Computer Genealogy, published by Ancestry, Inc., Salt Lake City, and has published several books on the Pence family. . . . click to read the rest of "How to get started" by Richard A. Pence:"

one of the treasures in the Rootsweb archives which was mentioned in RootsWeb Review: RootsWeb's Weekly E-zine 1 August 2007, Vol. 10, No. 31

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