My Genealogy Cave

Until recently, my computer was in an open loft with bookshelves down the hall and other genealogy stuff in a bedroom closet.

With some reconfiguration, my genealogy stuff is in a room with a door, really adding to efficiency. I added a second computer monitor, very useful when adding information from FTDNA or Gedmatch to the excel spreadsheets containing my DNA chromosome maps.

Computer Desk with Two Monitors

Computer Desk with Two Monitors

Isn’t that a clean desk! As part of my plan to be more efficient, I just have the current project on the desk. When that’s finished, I have plenty more projects on my work tables.

Work Tables

Work Tables

Fortunately, I can keep my back to my work tables. In a project for my ProGen study group I estimate, working 40 hours week, I’ll finish the work on the tables about May 2015. I appreciate the generous relatives who have given me so much information to add to our family tree. Perhaps, the key to a couple of brick walls are hidden on the work table. But back to today’s project – scanning more Musgrove family pictures for the family reunion.

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About Andrea Musgrove Perisho

Genealogy research on my own ancestors is a new focus. Posts will include information about those ancestors including the social and economic issues, along with techniques for research.
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