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Family Tree Maker - Inputting Sources and Citations

  • 04/27/2021
  • 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
  • Zoom Meeting

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Presented by Noel Ferre

We all know the importance of creating good source citations in our research.  Good citations help us document and analyze the evidence we've gathered, but inputting these into Family Tree Maker can be tricky and confusing.  Join me in this class to work on: 

  • Inputting our source citations correctly
  • creating source templates
  • merging duplicate citations
  • linking a citation to a person or media
  • correcting an incomplete citation linked through Ancestry.com

Noel Ferre fell in love with genealogy about 20 odd years ago when she found a stack of letters dating back to 1842 that belonged to her Dutch great grandmother. While her roots in New England date back 12 generations, Noel has direct ancestors in 11 countries, on 3 different continents! She spent part of her youth in New York but completed high school and college in Chile. Past Program Director of Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society, she currently serves as its President. Married for 42 years, self-employed in International Sales, has 3 grown boys and a beautiful rescue mutt. When not doing genealogy, she enjoys traveling, reading, knitting and all the outstanding outdoor life that Colorado has to offer.

Presented by Noel Ferre

We all know the importance of creating good source citations in our research.  Good citations help us document and analyze the evidence we've gathered, but inputting these into Family Tree Maker can be tricky and confusing.  Join me in this class to work on: 

  • Inputting our source citations correctly
  • creating source templates
  • merging duplicate citations
  • linking a citation to a person or media
  • correcting an incomplete citation linked through Ancestry.com

Noel Ferre fell in love with genealogy about 20 odd years ago when she found a stack of letters dating back to 1842 that belonged to her Dutch great grandmother. While her roots in New England date back 12 generations, Noel has direct ancestors in 11 countries, on 3 different continents! She spent part of her youth in New York but completed high school and college in Chile. Past Program Director of Castle Rock Colorado Genealogical Society, she currently serves as its President. Married for 42 years, self-employed in International Sales, has 3 grown boys and a beautiful rescue mutt. When not doing genealogy, she enjoys traveling, reading, knitting and all the outstanding outdoor life that Colorado has to offer.

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