How to Change Your Evidentia Theme

Change is good. One of the first things I do with new software is to personalize the user interface. I like to make the workspace feel like it’s really mine before I feel comfortable using it, and that typically involves changing the color. I tend to go “girly,” with colors like pink

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Where to Find Help with Evidentia

While attending the Southern California Genealogical Society’s Jamboree earlier this month, I had the opportunity to chat with quite a few people about Evidentia Software. What most surprised me was the number of people who have Evidentia… but don’t use it. And why don’t they use it? The most common

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Adding Details to Nellie’s Story

In my last post, “How I Became an Evidentia User,” I shared the sad story of how I had a missed an important clue in a source, and wound up adding 8 years to my research. Grrrrr. Today I’m going to work backwards a bit, and share some some baseline information

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How I Became an Evidentia User

I want to start my first post here by saying that I am in no way an Evidentia Expert. I have been using Evidentia for about 7 months, and like many of you, I am still learning the ins and outs of the software. However, I know that many of

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Evidentia Experiment – Progress Report #3

I have a confession to make – I got stuck. I let the creation of ONE citation intimidate me and set aside my effort. Last week I posted in the Google+ group: I have a copy of my Dad’s birth certificate. It’s a document in his personal possession. Do I

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Evidentia Experiment – Progress Report #2

5 Generations. 149 Proofs. The Evidentia Experiment. The goal is to document 5 generations, starting with myself, using Evidentia. The results will then be exported into a GEDCOM file and imported into a clean RootsMagic database. Making Progress I have almost finished with the third generation (my grandparents). Waiting for

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The Evidentia Experiment – Progress Report #1

Last week I posted about the Evidentia Experiment I am currently doing. The goal is to document 5 generations, starting with myself, using Evidentia. The results will then be exported into a GEDCOM file and imported into a clean RootsMagic database. This week I wanted to describe my process as

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The Evidentia Experiment

I started a new project.  The goal is to document 5 generations, starting with myself, using Evidentia.  The results will then be exported into a GEDCOM file and imported into a clean RootsMagic database.

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Evidentia Meets Relationships in the 1880 US Census

Let’s talk about relationships. In 1880 the US government got nosey. They wanted to know what your relationship was to the head of household. This was great news for genealogists! In fact, they wanted to know a lot of things:1 Number of dwelling home, in order of visitation by the

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Evidentia meets a UK BMD – Revisited

Last weeks dive into the UK Birth registration of Reginald Charles Deller created a lot of conversation, especially about the correct citation format to use. There was also a missed clue that needs to be called out. I decided to revisit this record and the corresponding citation both to correct

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