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From: "Teresa Ghee Elliott" <>
Subject: RE: [TMG] Filing cabinet question
Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2004 18:47:53 -0500
I tried notebooks, but found my filing cabinet filled up too quickly so I
have gone back to hanging folders. They take up only as much room as
needed. With in the surname, I sort by document type. Slowly working
through the last 14 years of research and making sure the information is in
TMG and the document scanned. Someday I hope to be able to do new research
without wondering if I already have a document at home.
Teresa Ghee Elliott
Any information I give that you can't find in your version of TMG 5.14 is
probably due to customization on my part.
For Rutherford County TN Cemeteries www.Rutherfordcemeteries.home-page.org
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From: JoAnn L. Gemmrig [mailto:]
Sent: Saturday, July 03, 2004 6:36 PM
Subject: [TMG] Filing cabinet question
At 04:09 PM 7/3/04, you wrote:
>TMG-D Digest Volume 04 : Issue 890
> #12 RE: [TMG] Filing cabinet question ["Teresa Ghee Elliott"
I use notebooks. But, if I used a filing cabinet, it would be the
same system. I 'file' by Family. I do use the ahnentafel numbers. Alpha
would be just as easy. My personal line starts with 1, my husbands with
01, my former husband with 001.
My notebooks/file folders are then sorted into: My conclusions,
correspondence, evidence, maps, photos, other peoples research, reference
material and print outs from FHC (Ancestral File, IGI, etc.) Everything
is indexed and coded for quick retrieval.
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