Genealogy Pot-Pourri – Week Ending 26 July 2021

 Listed below are the highlights of my household historical past and family tree associated actions over the previous two weeks.

1)  Participated in Mondays With Myrt as we speak and contributed little.  We mentioned the Census Genie conferences, Roberta Estes weblog publish, Louis Kessler’s WikiTree problem, researching in jap Europe, Yvette’s publish about looking on FamilySearch, constructing a locality information, and russ’s class experiences.

2)  Wrote a family tree biography of #611 7th great-grandmother Ruth (Parker) Rice  (1672-before 1720) of Marlborough, Mass. for 52 Ancestors on Friday.


4)  AncestryDNA added 71 new DNA matches this previous week, with no new ThruLines and  MyHeritage added 30 new DNA matches.   Reviewed the brand new DNA matches on  AncestryDNA, MyHeritageDNA, FamilyTreeDNA and 23andMe.  Added Notes to eight extra AncestryDNA matches with cM values, relationships and recognized shared ancestors, and added 0 ThruLines to RootsMagic.  

5)  There have been a number of periods working within the RootsMagic software program program to match with and replace FamilySearch Household Tree profiles for Seaver households and my ancestral households, with occasional additions to the RootsMagic profiles. I’ve matched 43,409 of my RootsMagic individuals with FamilySearch Household Tree profiles (up 184).

6)  Used Net Hints and Document Matches from Ancestry, MyHeritage, Findmypast and FamilySearch so as to add content material and supply citations to my RootsMagic profiles.  I now have 64,543 individuals in my RootsMagic file (up 178), and 140,068 supply citations (up 265).   I TreeShared with my Ancestry Member Tree two instances the previous week updating 360 profiles, and I resolved 818 Ancestry Hints.  I’ve fallen behind on the Ancestry Document Hints with 154,792 to be resolved, however I work on them nearly day by day. 

7)  Wrote 13 Genea-Musings weblog publishs the previous week, of which one was a press launch.  The most considered publish the previous two weeks was Treasure Chest Thursday — 1649 Birth of Joseph Grout (1649-1720) in Sudbury, Massachusetts with over 308 views.   

8)  I’m nonetheless wonderful right here on the Genea-cave, hunkered down and never going out a lot after Week 71 of COVID-19 isolation.  Linda is now at a reminiscence care and expert nursing facility in Chula Vista 7 miles from house.  She is ready to use our wheelchair to be wheeled across the facility which has some social actions for the residents.  I visited her day-after-day this previous week, however just for 30 to 60 minutes.  The payments for the medical care have began to come back in.  The Padres season continues, and the Padres at the moment are 58-44 (3-3 the previous week).  I went to the grocery retailer on Monday and Friday. Aside from that, it was stay-at-home on the pc doing (primarily) family tree, plus consuming, sleeping, laundry, cleansing, cooking, and a little bit yard work.

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