How do you share your genealogy work? For the past couple of months, I've been working on a family history book for one of my lines: the Holthoefer family.
Although I contributed some of the research to the main part of the book, my 'big' contribution is a short chapter on a collateral line: the Kaechle/Koechle family. Even a 'short' chapter takes a lot of work!
|Headstone of Thaddeus Koechle|
Photo by Shirley Lindenberger Hazelwood, posted at findagrave.com
Though it's been a lot of hard work, I've learned a lot as I went through the process. And, no, it isn't over. But, tonight I sent in my "final draft!" We still have a few weeks where we can make minor corrections, but the majority of the work is done.
How about you? Have you ever written a book about a branch of your family? Or how do you share your research with others? I think a book is a great way to share our discoveries!