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Saturday, September 4, 2010

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - Gen TV Show - 4 Sep 2010

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - Gen TV Show - 4 Sep 2010


Randy Seaver regularly suggests a "Saturnday Night Genealogy Fun" project; for this week:
"Your mission, should you decide to accept it (and I hope that you do... because this one is really cool!), is to:

1) Create a Title and outline an episode of your own Genealogy television show. Be funny, crazy or serious, it doesn't matter!

My take:

To Tell the Truth


Each week the host (think Michael John Neill of Casefile Clues) will examine a popular Family Tree on line, dissecting 1) the sources cited, if any, 2) true sources - often from someone else's tree, and 3) grammar and sentence structure errors. Additional suggestions will be provided as to sources where "the truth" may be found about this tree, highlighting a different source in each episode.

Each week, guest genealogist will discuss their favorite stories of 1) errors in DAR file reports, 2) misinformation in the news about the heritage of popular figures, and 3) other popular misconceptions in genealogy and family history research.



Thanks for another fun project, Randy! ;-)

Families are Forever! ;-)

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