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RootsTech video walkthrough

Posted by Ian Lamont on

Wondering what it's like to be at RootsTech? EasyGenie did a two-minute walkthrough of RootsTech Salt Lake City last month. Check it out!   

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#RootsTech 2019 recap, and why genealogists should use paper forms

Posted by Ian Lamont on

What happens when your computer crashes, or your Ancestry.com subscription lapses? It's easy enough to say "store it in the cloud" or "we have a backup" but as many users of genealogical websites and software tools from previous decades know, such tools may themselves shut down or no longer be supported.

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EasyGenie will be at RootsTech 2019 in Salt Lake City!

Posted by Ian Lamont on

Big news: EasyGenie will be at one of the biggest genealogy conferences in North America later this month! RootsTech 2019 is taking place in Salt Lake City at the Salt Palace convention center from February 27 to March 2. There will be tens of thousands of attendees, dozens of high-quality conference presentations as well as the keynote events, and a huge expo hall with hundreds of exhibits and vendors. EasyGenie will be at Booth #218. Look for our banner, and stop by to say hi to Ian and Nicole, who will be on hand to answer questions about the forms and...

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Instructions for EasyGenie Blank Genealogy Forms Starter Kit

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Customers asked, and EasyGenie responded! Below is an explanation of how to use the EasyGenie Blank Genealogy Forms Starter Kit, which includes five-generation pedigree charts, family group sheets, cemetery records, inventory logs, and more! The basic idea behind using printed genealogy forms is to fill in the blanks using information obtained from other sources. Sources may include: Family scrapbooks Interviews with family members Vital records such as birth, marriage, and death records Religious records such as baptismal records Online sources such as Ancestry.com or FamilySearch.org Your own memory or recollections For instance, if you were to use the EasyGenie family group sheet (also available in...

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