It was another bad week for genealogy last week, I don’t think I can cross anything off last week’s to-do list. The problem was that I had under estimated the amount of time it would take to sort through my TROWER folder.
I have nearly finished sorting through the TROWER folder, but it has taken a lot longer than I thought. I suppose this is where I first started researching many years ago, so it is not really that surprising that there should be so much material in the folder.
Many of the files have since been rendered obsolete, so they have just been deleted, and a fair few of the files have been extracted and moved to other surname folders where they belong.
So this coming week I going to be pretty much cutting and pasting last weeks to-do list, with a couple of tweaks.
- Sort out and capture all the information collected at the West Sussex Record Office (now over a week ago) and update my to-do list.
- I still need to contact the Royal Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain about my GEERINGs to see if they might have some records for my research.
- Book a seat at the East Sussex Record Office and order the documents I need to view for my GEERING research.
- Finish sorting through the TROWER folder and then move on to the GEERING folder.