09 October, 2010
- Lamberson and variants: I am adding data at a blistering pace, particularly to the New Jersey families. Many families I have tracked separately for years have finally converged into one as I have dug deeper into this family. Please have a look around to find your family (and don't get too attached to any one spelling)!
- Use of Werelate.org for Collaboration: WeRelate.org, the genealogy wiki allowing people to collaborate on their genealogy, is a tool I am beginning to integrate throughout this site. If you want to collaborate on anything you see here, go to werelate.org, make an account and start sharing! (Email me if you don't see the data you're looking for, and I'll make sure it's added.)
- Updated About This Site: I have updated the About page to reflect the additions of the WeRelate.org, twitter.com/lambersonroots and lambersonroots.wordpress.com sites as collaboration tools.
14 September, 2010
- Full integration of RSS and Twitter: Now there are Twitter follow and RSS Feed links on all my website pages. I've been messing around with these features, but now they should be fully available to everyone who uses my website. I am sure ot continue to tweak these features as I become more comfortable with them.
06 September, 2010
- New Blog at lambersongenealogy.wordpress.com: Greg Lamberson's Genealogy Blog is now open for business! Come by and say hi, check out my posts related to my genealogy work, or see what's new in the world of genealogy.
- Follow me on Twitter: Use the new button in the sidebar follow me on Twitter.
- Lamberson and variants Updates: Sally Ungeheier's data has been incorporated; several new Pennsylvania families are available; and a major reorganization is very close. Check the Lamberson Family Page for details.
- RSS Feed Now Available: I am providing an RSS Feed to this website to more easily keep track of updates.
- Greatly improved inclusion of exhibits and photos: The software improvements for including graphics and other exhibit items are very nice, and I'm sure to add much more in the way of photos and historical documention sood as a result. In many cases you can actually see the original document or read the source yourself. To see these options, however, you must click on the source link (i.e., the one that says something like [S156] ).
- Master Place Index: Don't forget to look at the Master Place Index in the menu bar above!