Revisiting old and closed questions, a wealth of sometimes forgotten information.

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In the past week, I have received several answers and comments to questions I asked almost 2 years ago.

It was very gratifying to see that they felt they were still pertinent.

As I have had to give up actively participating due to dealing with a long term family illness, it has given me time to go back and look through older and closed questions, finding quite a bit of very useful and informative gems that are lost in time.

As Wikitree was instrumental in helping me find my birth mother, my maternal younger brother and a family back to 6th great grandparents, there really is no such thing as "this doesn't help me", cause it will help someone.

It's never to late to learn, be amused, or add  something new.

James
in The Tree House by James Brooks G2G6 Pilot (521k points)
edited by James Brooks

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Here's a past Question of the Week:

18 May 2020 - What's in your genealogy toolbox?

by Tommy Buch G2G6 Pilot (319k points)
selected by James Brooks

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