- Organize my website Lamberson surname project into groupings of likely related families as promised.
- Open and sort at least 3 boxes’ worth of backlogged and unsorted data, sort it and incorporate it into my research.
- Scan at least 3 photo albums from my recently deceased grandmother’s collection and tag and package the photos for distribution to my cousins/
- Update my existing family pages on my website.
- Make family pages for the branches not currently well represented (e.g., Wright, Reeves, Whitledge, Winn, Isley, Willis families).
- Improve mapping and graphics included.
- Work out the search engine results so they go directly to the subject in question not just the right page.
- Scan in lots of the Swedish records I have copied and insert them into my database.
- Consider the ProGen course as well as other online offerings (including the familysearch.org online offerings I just heard about but haven’t looked through).
- Participate in as many of my fellow genealogists’ blogs as I can.
- Apply new techniques to some of my old lines I haven’t worked on for a long time (like the Andrews and Carroll lines).
Well for me, that’s quite a list, but making it will certainly help me achieve the goals I want to meet. What does your fall genealogy to-do list look like?