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Research Notes 2019-11-25


Part of our research efforts include accumulating lots of stuff – family photos, journals, scrapbooks, letters and documents. How are you protecting and preserving your family heirlooms? What will happen to those treasures after you are gone? One very impressive option is Permanent Legacy Foundation.

“It provides a way for people to upload documents, photos, audio and video files in a secure, permanent place for current and future generations to enjoy and cherish.” 

The first gigabyte of storage is free. You can add additional gigabytes at a one-time fee of $10 per gigabyte. You can also collaborate with others by adding members to your archive.

Permanent Archive provides free mobile apps (iOS and Android) making it easy to capture a moment and share it to your archive. FamilySearch and Permanent Archive are working to connect FamilySearch Memories with Permanent Archive so users can connect their Memories with their archive.

Right now you can join their FamilySearch beta trial at Permanent.org.

 

It’s going to be tough going through a fabulous Thanksgiving meal with your family then just a couple of weeks later having another delicious meal with a bunch of genealogy-mad members of the St. Augustine Genealogical Society.

This year we will meet for lunch at Beaches restaurant on Vilano Beach on Saturday, December 14th, at 11:30am. We are looking forward to a delicious and relaxing get-together with all our members. You will find all the luncheon details in the latest SAGS newsletter sent to your email last week.

 

Melissa Corn Finlay, AG, shared a video last week reminding us that “Living Relative = Living Genealogy Record | Holiday Family History.” Check it out on her YouTube channel.

 

Final Notes

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