I see by your Website you have a real interest in Genealogy/Family History. I share that interest. I have been able to find pictures, life stories and special items passed down to me that give my family and I a sense of who we are. I am sure you have experienced something similar. This has been a great source of strength to us. My wife and I have some lines back to the 1600's and been able to visit my ancestoral home, Lamport Hall in Isham, England.
I have always appreciated it when anyone has told me about something they found helpful to them. In that light I want to share something with you. I found a way to make things easier when I work on my Genealogy. I am sure you have done the same thing I have in spreading out all kinds of information on tables, desks, the floor and everywhere else. But when it comes time to enter information in the computer we have it propped up or on our laps. Well I developed Wordy Sturdy to be my helping hand at the computer. It mounts non-permanently on the computer and holds all types of source documents at eye level with the screen. It will hold Family Group Sheets, Pedigree charts or even books--right next to the screen. Wordy Sturdy even telscopes closer for small or hard to read print, e.g. ships logs or some census records. It is great for those of us with Bi-focals since it keeps us from having to crank our neck up and down and find the clear spot. Anyway, Wordy Sturdy can be used on the right or left and even changed back and forth. However, many genealogists puchase the extra side so they can have it on both sides at at the same time.
Take a minute and see if this is something that might help you as much as it has helped me. Just click here: . There is also a way for you to make some money by telling others about Wordy Sturdy. It is described in the Business Opportunities Section at the Website. It is simple and it doesn't cost you a thing.
Check out my Website and tell me what you think.
William R. Isham (Bill)
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