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My Progress Overall


On this page, I will summarize where I am in my genealogy research. I will also provide links to my weekly progress reports so that you are in the loop on which line I’m working on most at the moment in case you are looking for someone specific.

Below, the Summary represents the work I’ve done since I started on March 6, 2017. The Hints represent work I still needed to do.

Overview 4-5-2017
Overview 4-5-2017

I had 137 people on my tree at the time but there were 37 of those that I hadn’t processed into my database yet. I’d attached 200 photos, 3 stories, and processed 698 records. I still had 80 people with hints on Ancestry.com to get through, 367 hints total to process still.

I moved out of the area I was living in at the time in August of 2017. After the move, I didn’t really get back into Ancestry until now. Here I am most of the way through 2019 and I’m feeling my way around trying to figure out where I left off and where to pick it back up.

I know one thing for sure, the work I did before I stopped led to a ton more work to do. Here is where things sit now:

Exponential Growth!

My Weekly Progress


In this last month before I had stopped to move, I had found and/or researched 100 total people on my family tree. Of those 100 people, if I hadn’t researched them yet, they were on my To Do list to be done within the next few weeks.  Unfortunately, that didn’t happen.

Progress 4-5-2017

Progress 4-5-2017

I had also discovered a total of 39 unique surnames on my family tree. My main focus had been on the Beyl, Applegate, and Buchanan families. I’d also started delving into the Oliver line. I was hoping to get started more on the Black and Miller lines.

 

Weekly Reports

2019

 

2017


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