Sometimes it is just fun to read a few historical funnies from the past. The humour of our ancestors can give good insight into their thoughts and ideas of the time. Here are a few from the Conroe Courier in 1923.
Isn’t it funny how one insignificant thing can lead to something clever and resourceful?
I received an email from Marc McDermott of the Genealogy Explained website regarding a link on my page to the Board for Certifications of Genealogists, Genealogical Proof Standards (GPS) that was broken. The BCG had redesigned their site a few months back, and for some reason it never occurred to me that my link would become broken from that redesign. I want to thank Marc for pointing it out to me, especially since my Google services missed it. Continue reading “Help with Genealogical Proof Standards (GPS)”