This is a collection of blog posts about photo scanning gleaned from my experiences from 2013 to today scanning and archiving 35K+ images.
In this post, I share a 5 minute video on how I use Evernote to organize and keep track of my genealogy reference library.
It may come as a surprise to learn that not all historic records are accurate. Here's my unofficial ranking of genealogy records, with an example.
Catch me LIVE on CBC Radio, July 1st
My article in the Sing Tao Daily is published. I can't read it in Chinese but I have tools I'll share with you, plus a personal memory of the Sing Tao.
This week has been an absolute blur! Stay tuned for the releases of articles on Ancestry and Sing Tao Daily, the OMNI tv interview, and tune in for the CBC Radio Vancouver piece at 5:35 pm Pacific on Canada Day.
If you asked, What's a census schedule? you've come to the right place. In this post I'll review all the Canadian censuses for schedules, provide info on which ones are available, and give you an example of how to find schedules in the 1871 and 1901 censuses.
The Toronto Sun interviews Lesley Anderson and I about our families in WWII
Documents only tell a part of the story. Here's how I put them together.
Ancestry Canada invited me to give a webinar on Chinese genealogy on April 21, 2020 on Facebook Live. For those who may have missed it, or for those who had trouble accessing the site, here you are. I can't think of a better way to kick off Asian Heritage Month. In this webinar, you will… Continue reading Webinar: Exploring Chinese genealogy on Ancestry