Organize And File As You Go

This is your monthly reminder pulled from the well of current experience. Last spring I finally located the marriage record for an aunt in 1852. It’s a long story, but locating the marriage probably took longer than the couple’s courtship. Apparently life intervened shortly after I located the item and I did not save it anywhere. Today I remembered locating the item and wasted another hour locating it again. Fortunately I remembered the county (unindexed) where the marriage took place.

Find some way for to save things as you find them–even if in some temporary way. The time spent will be time saved later.

Now I’m going to file the Campbell County, Kentucky, marriage record of George P. Craft and Wilhelmina Zenf before Iose it again.

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  1. Susan Masse

    I set up notebooks in OneNote and save things there. If found outside of the web, I document there so I know where it came from.

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