Eleven of them...can you believe it. Blog-O-Rama as some might say. This blog was started to list the content and outline of my genealogical research from the last 50 years. This research was organized by subject, then content, and numbered from the spider webs of my mind, beginning with notebook #1 to...well not really sure yet. [A final number is yet to come.] At any rate, the object was to list the content (subject) which was researched, and give a chance for the reader (genealogist) to find a topic which might be of help. Not many folks would tend to look at a tree branch like I would often view them.
The blog site contains a "search" gadget on the right hand section. This gadget will allow the reader to investigate the notebooks and see if there is a match with this topic/subject. This will give the notebook and its number, hopefully allowing the genealogist to identify the reference. The notebooks are physically located at the Joseph Wheeler Jones Memorial Library, Danville, KY. They can be utilized by the researcher on site, or one can contact me [firstname.lastname@example.org] by e-mail to see if the content contains useful items.
Hopefully this blog will give access to my research for those who are seeking help or looking for a particular tree branch. Remember that my particular family tree is JONES, and much of the research deals with this surname. The site is: http://tjgresearchnotebooks.blogspot.com. [tjg = The Jones Genealogist] I did not want to write this long name again. Come, join the search, and climb a few branches with me.