RELEASE DATE: MAY 27, 2007
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Now available--the first revised edition of QuickSheet: Citing Online Historical Sources by prominent genealogist Elizabeth Mills. Using updated sample citations and style changes, her publication answers the frequently asked question: "How do I accurately document information found on the internet?"
Published in the form of a laminated folder, Mills's QuickSheet provides a series of representative citations which show the proper way to document common online sources such as digital books and articles, images of censuses, and databases. Based on the premise that online sources are publications sharing the same characteristics as printed works, the template furnishes rules and examples for resources like vital records, newspapers, and passenger lists. Because a website is the online equivalent of a book, the reference sheet demonstrates how to specify the author/creator/owner of a website, title of the website, URL address, date the information was posted, and other aspects of citation.
Useful to all genealogists, amateur and experienced alike, Mills's QuickSheet supplies data about documentation not found in standard citation guides. The arrangement of examples makes finding them easy. With the material in folder form, the template can be stood up or lain down, making it convenient for immediate reference at home or at the library. Its lamination prevents it from tearing and keeps it clean and readable. Mills's QuickSheet: Citing Online Historical Sources is a handy tool that can be easily transported to any research site.
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Bonnie Bright Johannes, 5594 North 10th, Apt. 103, Fresno, CA 93710-6586 (e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org) would appreciate information about Robert Courtney PERRY, son of James PERRY, who was born 18 Feb 1812 and died 14 Jan 1858 in Lexington, Holmes Co., MS. Robert married Maria Lucy WILSON, who may have been born in Mississippi.
Johannes also needs data on Walter William PERRY, born in 1876 in LA, possibly in West Carroll Parish. On 22 Jan 1905, he married Mary PICKETT in West Carroll Parish. Their children were Herbert, Lawrence, Walter Neal, Alvin, and Estelle PERRY.
Charles N. Ferguson, 811 South Market, Shawnee, OK 74801 is seeking information concerning a Mrs. TIBBITS, grandmother of Martha "Mattie" Adams. Martha was born in 1854 in TX and died in 1912 in Paris, TX. Was the TIBBITS family from Missouri? What was the first name of Martha's mother?
Martha ADAMS married James Wesley FERGUSON/FURGUSON in TX before 1871. James was born in October 1848 in MO and died 14 Feb 1911 in Sparks, OK. Their children were
1. Mary A. FERGUSON, born September 1871 in TX and died in 1952 in OK, who married William R. PATTERSON in Bonham, TX;
2. Eveline FERGUSON, born in 1876 in TX and died in 1966(?)
in CA, who married James DURBIN in Bonham, TX;
3. James FERGUSON, born in July 1881 in TX and died in 1945 in Hope, AR.
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