Two years ago we moved into a new home. During our search for a new house we saw lots of places with home offices (one of my “must have” requirements). One large condo we viewed during an open house had a huge bonus room that was someone’s home office. It was packed with stuff and as I examined the room I realized that a genealogist had been at work here. There were books, binders, multiple computers, piles of disks, memory sticks, and printouts hanging on the walls. Unfortunately the realtor told me that the owners were deceased. I knew that nothing was donated to the historical society because I was (at that time) the president of the Londonderry Historical society. It looked like the heirs to the property were going to end up tossing years worth of research.
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Heather Wilkinson Rojo, "Ten Ways to Share Your Genealogy", Nutfield Genealogy, posted July 10, 2016, (http://nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com/2016/07/ten-ways-to-share-your-genealogy.html: accessed [access date]).