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Using Google Groups to Build a Free Family Website

The BYU Conference on Computerized Family History and Genealogy is going on right now… and one of the lectures given was by Joseph Irvine, who spoke on using Google Groups to collaborate with family – and build a family website. With today’s Internet tools, it is no longer necessary to work alone on your family […]

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The Claybourn Genealogical Society Website

Over the last couple weeks, I’ve been corresponding with Joshua Claybourn, the creator of a world-class website for the Claybourn Genealogical Society. According to information I found at the site, the purpose of CGS is “to provide leadership in assembling and recording data and information on ancestors and descendants of the Claybourn family (with variants […]

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