City Directories: No Town Too Small, No Clue Too Little – Thomas MacEntee
SEPTEMBER 26, SUNDAY, 3 pm – O N L I N E
Most genealogists aren’t taking full advantage of all the clues available in city directories.
Learn how go beyond a mere “lookup” of your ancestor and their family.
Understand how city directories were created, the secrets of various abbreviations, and how to use the F.A.N. Club approach to getting the most information possible.
Participants will learn the history of city directories, how important they were to even the smallest town, and how to extract every possible clue for your genealogy research.
We’ll cover digital/online directories, how to deal with numbering grid and street name changes, what those “weird codes” mean and more.
A professional genealogist specializing in the use of technology and social media to improve genealogical research and as a means of interacting with others in the family history community.
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