- Have you done a good job of citing your sources in your genealogy management program or online family tree? How are you doing? How many source citations do you have, and how many people are in your tree? What is the sources to persons ratio?
- Which master source (e.g., 1900 U.S. census, Find A Grave, specific book, etc.) do you have the most citations for? How many? How did you figure this out?
- Tell us in your own blog post, in comments to this post, or on Facebook or Google+ in a post. Be sure to leave a comment with a link to your post on this blog post.
|My Legacy Source Citation Report - in order of source names and |
includes number of individuals using that master source
|Page 1 of my Legacy Source Citation Report begins with Books and are numbered|
(I organize by category, note the source name lists as shown below)
|First up as you can see is Death Records of Pierce County, Washington|
as you can see the source list count is also shown here in the Master Source List
- 175 individuals - U.S. Census 1930, population schedule (with the top locations being Nebraska and Washington)
- 169 individuals - U.S. Census 1920, population schedule (with the top locations being Nebraska and Washington)
- 168 individuals - Find A Grave