Savoir faire — OGS Quinte Branch shares handouts and ideas for computer SIG

The Ontario Genealogical Society Quinte Branch in Trenton has posted online handouts that were distributed to members of its computer special interest group (SIG) during the past eight months.

Topics in the illustrated handouts range from sorting spreadsheets and DNA GEDMatch to the 1939 Register for England and Wales and using OCR technology.

Genealogical societies thinking about creating a similar SIG will discover a wide range of ideas for learning and discussion.

Bravo, Quinte Branch, for sharing your knowledge and providing inspiration.

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3 Responses to Savoir faire — OGS Quinte Branch shares handouts and ideas for computer SIG

  1. Mrs. Davies says:

    Thank you for sharing Quinte Branch on your blog. We live in Kingston and I have used the Surname Index on their web site many many times. As well we have had the pleasure of visiting the genealogy section in the Trenton Public Library and it is amazingly well organized and the volunteers are just as wonderful. We hope to visit again soon. The Quinte Branch are the most informative helpful group I have found yet so thanks for letting folks know. Please visit the Quinte Branch OGS on line. 🙂

  2. Thank you for allowing access to this QUINTE Branch. I am researching my family roots
    as well as my wife’s family. The POST family came through Prince Edward county and
    settled north of Belleville in Hastings County.

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