Tuesday, May 6, 2008

You can be an honorary Hoosier

Perhaps it's natural for a blog to focus on what we can get: new records, new ways to find and view old records. But genealogy is also about giving, and the Indiana Genealogical Society's Indiana Marriage Indexing Project (1790-1957) is an opportunity for everyone to contribute to the creation of what will be a free online database. IGS's recent blog post lists the project's honor roll of top contributors. Of the six people who have indexed or arbitrated more than 20,000 records apiece, three live outside Indiana.

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