I will not be shamed for who I am.
I have not done anything wrong against you, your race, your religion, or your being.
You cannot shame me for who I am.
The Merriam Webster Online Dictionary defines shame as:
“a feeling of guilt, regret, or sadness that you have because you know you have done something wrong.” Continue reading Shame on you for trying to shame me
One of the biggest problems I have in my genealogy research is the proper citation of information and evidence I have gathered. For years I simply added the information to my trees, after making sure it was correct information, but I failed to cite my source, or if I did, I did it in such a fashion that I was not able to relocate it several years later.
With this lesson firmly in place, here is the information regarding proper citation of records and evidence in genealogical research, not only for you, but to help reinforce it for myself.
Continue reading Genealogy and citations: Problems and solutions