GSQ BlogAI in family historyThe Agony and the Ecstasy of Family History Research.


The Agony and the Ecstasy of Family History Research. — 4 Comments

  1. So much I can relate to Shauna but I sometimes think it was better, albeit slower, in many ways to learn “on the ground” rather than online. I can’t help thinking that the old-timers have a completely different appreciation of Trove. thanks for the tip Re NED. How did I miss that??

    • Thanks Pauleen. Yes some days I just think there is too much out there now but it has been fascinating seeing the growth of online resources.

  2. Writing the family history? How do you write it knowing that new records will become available and I’ll finally be able to find an Irish ancestor in Galway, or Fermanagh! I loved your story Shauna and since I began my family history journey four or five years ago, I have a looooong way to go. With your helpful education seminars that is 🙂

  3. Thanks Dianne. After 46 years I think it is time to at least get a first edition out. Something new will pop up but at least some of it will be written. Thanks for the feedback on my seminars.

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