HELPFUL GENEALOGY WEBSITES TO EXPLORE
If by any chance, while you are browsing this website, you become interested in doing something like this, or building your own family tree; the following are some of the web tools I use.
Weebly Web Site Builder
Weebly is the software I use for this site. I did quite a bit of research before I found this site. Tried several and since I don't do much HTML and have been too busy to take a class I find Weebly very accommodating for my lack of web site building abilities. The Weebly I use is the paid site, but they also have smaller version free sites. Over the several years I have used this site they have added many features that enhance the site.
E-Guest Books is the place I hope you signed when you took a browse through here. It doesn't have a logo that copies very well, so I found this. You can find them at E-Guest Books
Ancestry - Home of Family Tree Maker
And of course there is Family Tree Maker, mine and Jane's choice of data bases for family tree's.
Find A Grave
Find a Grave is a feature I haven't had time to explore very much, but it seems to have very good potential. Maybe you would like to give it a try.
Flickr - the site for your pictures (and mine)
You must create an account (it's free) to use Flickr. This is where most of my pictures come from. When you sign on to the site you can browse pictures all you want. I have since I wrote this, put photo albums of all the years of reunion on Picasa - There are a lot of albums (folders) there; the reunion ones are by year dates.
You Tube for Video's
I haven't explored You Tube as much as I'd like, but do intend to. It is great to watch - just have to learn to use it. Mason and Bill both have interesting video's on You Tube - you can go their pages and click on the links for there. Watch for more information for our website on this.