Just had to let you all know that Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner is having 12
days of great deals. You can read about all 12 days on my blog at
If you don't have a Flip-Pal you
don't know what you're missing out on. I love mine!
Also I have some really exciting news regarding Harry Taylor and his
family. He was the British soldier who was hidden by an Italian family in
Italy after he escaped from a German POW camp. After the war he moved to
Canada and then California. I don't want to go into details right now but
watch my blog over the next week for the full story and find out what
happened to Harry and his family.
I hope those of you searching for family in the 1940 US Census are having
good luck. Lucky for me, Colorado has been indexed on Archives.com and that
is where my husband's Massey family was living. Archives.com also has
Delaware indexed. Only a few indexes are currently online but I know many
are coming. Ancestry.com has Delaware, District of Columbia, and Nevada
indexed. MyHeritage indexed Rhode Island. There may be other indexes that
I'm not aware of so be sure you look around.
Re-organization has been a big topic over on my blog these past two weeks.
I've worked hard to sort, organize and purge my filing cabinets. There are
photos and tips on how to get going and keep going on a massive project
like this. Take a peek at http://olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com
on the topic GENEALOGY ORGANIZATION in the right hand side bar.
Hope May is a good genealog month!
Lorine McGinnis Schulze
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