TMG-L ArchivesArchiver > TMG > 2008-09 > 1221661827
From: "Elroy Davis" <>
Subject: Re: [TMG] Death Reg. Sourcing Sorrows from a Long Time Lurker
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2008 10:30:27 -0400
Okay. That makes sense. I guess that's where I see a difference though.
For you, common is a book that could be found in any good genealogical
library. For me, common is a book that could be found in any library
anywhere. I know in the past I've had trouble getting my hands on a source
that I'd seen referenced in many other sources. My local library wasn't
able to get it for me via inter-library loan, but it was common enough
within genealogical circles to have been referenced by a number of authors.
It's fun to see how different people work. :-)
On Wed, Sep 17, 2008 at 9:30 AM, Teresa Elliott <>wrote:
> The only sources I don't are books, simply because I figure they are
> available at any good genealogical library (an assumption that could be
> incorrect.) It only takes a second to add a repository and you can easily
> exclude it from printing, so it doesn't hurt to include one. Especially if
> you research at several different libraries. I research at one library, so
> any book I use I know came from there. If I used several libraries, I
> use the repository just so I knew which library had the book if I needed to
> go back to it.
> Teresa Ghee Elliott
> My genealogy blog
|Re: [TMG] Death Reg. Sourcing Sorrows from a Long Time Lurker by "Elroy Davis" <>|