Hiring_a_professional.pdf. Association of Professional Genealogists - Becoming a Professional. (Click here for .pdf version) Are you ready to become a professional?
You may be, if you can answer YES! To the following questions... Do you have extensive experience in the genealogical specialty that you select as your profession? Do you have the financial-management skills to be self-employed? Do you have the time-management skills to schedule your workload, stay on task, meet deadlines, and produce results? Do you have the written and oral communication skills necessary to negotiate contracts, convey results, and build good relationships with clients?
Do you enjoy solving problems and dealing with clients or students in a service-oriented environment? Have you read Professional Genealogy...A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers, and Librarians? Have you developed a business plan and set realistic goals? Have you developed a marketing plan? Becoming_a_professional. Association of Professional Genealogists - Credentials Guidelines. The Association of Professional Genealogists recognizes that genealogical credentials are not widely known or understood in the public sector.
Thus the public can be easily misled by inappropriate use which implies special qualifications. To avoid misunderstandings and misinterpretations of the credentials held by APG members, the association sets forth policy for the following criteria. Professional Credentials. Board for Certification of Genealogists ® - Certification FAQ. 17.
Question: Why does the Kinship Determination Project have to include at least two “proof arguments”? For everyone in my genealogy, I have a document that plainly states parentage (“direct evidence”), so why would I need to write any proof arguments? Answer: The fact that a source explicitly states parentage for a person does not mean that the source can be accepted as proof. Board for Certification of Genealogists ® - The Genealogical Proof Standard. The Genealogical Proof Standard Applications for certification are judged on whether they meet the standards delineated in Genealogy Standards.
Board for Certification of Genealogists ® - Certification FAQ. Tombstone Tuesday: A Genealogist's Dream Headstone. In searching for my own family, I visited a local cemetery in South Australia which includes quite a number of my reli’s, including many of the Hannaford clan.
After going up and down the rows photographing all that are related, and others that ‘might’ be … I found this one. Find A Grave Search Results. Kossuth County EDC. Joseph A.
Skow Ag Hall of Fame Award - 2004 "If ever they make a movie about Joseph Skow, the only two actors that could come close to playing the lead role would have been Gary Cooper or Jimmy Stewart. To this writer Joe epitomized the rugged tiller of the soil characterized by historians seeking to write contemporary agrarian history. Peggy Hungerford. Peggy Jo Hungerford, 83, of Cedar Rapids, died Wednesday, July 22, 2015, at Mercy Medical Center after a sudden illness.
Memorial services: 11 a.m. DAR Genealogical Research Databases. The DAR Genealogical Research System (GRS) is a free resource provided by the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) to aid general genealogical research and to assist with the DAR membership process.
The GRS is a collection of databases that provide access to the many materials amassed by the DAR since its founding in 1890. DAR members across the country are passionate ambassadors for genealogical preservation and research, and the National Society is committed to being a premier provider of genealogical resources. The online databases are the culmination of 10 years of work by members volunteering to scan and index the vast genealogical resources of the DAR Library.
The creation of these research tools was funded in large part by the President General's Projects of Linda Tinker Watkins (2001-2004) and Presley Merritt Wagoner (2004-2007). Annie Moore (immigrant) Contemporary illustration of Annie Moore Anna "Annie" Moore (January 1, 1877 – 1923 or December 6, 1924) was the first immigrant to the United States to pass through the Ellis Island facility in New York Harbor.
Her parents, Matthew and Julia Moore, had come to the United States in 1888 and were living at 32 Monroe Street in Manhattan. She married a son of German immigrants, Joseph Augustus Schayer, an employee at Manhattan's Fulton Fish Market, with whom she had at least eleven children. Ships-indx. Family-tree-chart-enews3. Jacksonville Genealogical Society - Florida. Peggy Hungerford - Memorial - Cedar Memorial. Memorial Peggy Jo Hungerford, 83, of Cedar Rapids died Wednesday July 22, 2015 at Mercy Medical Center after a sudden illness.
Memorial services at 11:00 AM on Monday at the Westminster Presbyterian Church where friends may call after 10:00 AM on Monday. Rev. Wright’s Ferry Mansion « Museums of Lancaster County. Home - Wright’s Ferry Mansion Built in 1738, Wright’s Ferry Mansion reflects the sophisticated tastes and panoply of interests of its original owner, Susanna Wright. A dynamic force in establishing colonial self-sufficiency, she encouraged industry, especially the production of silk and linen; implanted her Quaker beliefs; and stimulated a literary current through her poetry and correspondence. Susanna Wright. Susanna Wright (1697-1784) was an 18th-century American Quaker poet and one of the first women to run a business in the Thirteen Colonies.
Life and letters Poetry From Benjamin Franklin to Susanna Wright, 21 November 1751. ALS: Mrs. David H. Stockton, Princeton, N.J. (1960); also transcript: John L. W. Mifflin, Middlebush, N.J. (1955) Heath Anthology of American LiteratureSusanna Wright - Author Page. History of American Women. History of American Women. Battleship New Jersey. 16 inch “buckler” restoration… Marty Waltemyer is a familiar face aboard the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial. He has been a volunteer aboard the ship since before the museum's opening, and it was primarily because of Marty's extensive practical experience with USS Iowa-Class big guns, that New Jersey's main, and secondary, battery restoration was completed so quickly and safely. It was also very fortunate that Marty only lives 20 miles from the ship... During April and May of 2001, Marty Waltemyer was the supervising “Turret Captain” and driving force that got the massive “buckler” replacement job done.
Richard de Clare, 2nd Earl of Pembroke (1st Creation) Amazon prime video. RGG-1003.pdf.