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*September 20 [http://www.ugagenealogy.org/cpage.php?pt=11 Virtual presentation] by Jason Harrison, ''City Directories: More than Names and Addresses''. UGA Virtual Chapter meeting which occurs every 3rd Thursday, 7:00 p.m. (Mountain).  
 
*September 20 [http://www.ugagenealogy.org/cpage.php?pt=11 Virtual presentation] by Jason Harrison, ''City Directories: More than Names and Addresses''. UGA Virtual Chapter meeting which occurs every 3rd Thursday, 7:00 p.m. (Mountain).  
 
*September 21 and 22 (Friday and Saturday) [http://www.ugagenealogy.org/events.php UGA Regional Conference] '''Sandy'''  
 
*September 21 and 22 (Friday and Saturday) [http://www.ugagenealogy.org/events.php UGA Regional Conference] '''Sandy'''  
*Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
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*January 14-18, 2013 [http://www.slig.ugagenealogy.org Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy] (SLIG).
*RootsTech
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*March 21-23, 2013 [http://rootstech.org/ RootsTech]
  
 
== Review of last meeting  ==
 
== Review of last meeting  ==
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== Progress reports  ==
 
== Progress reports  ==
  
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*Birth record film -- did it have name of children or not? - Patsy It did NOT have names of children. She also updated the Experimental County page to reflect this.
 
*Funeral home records - Lois Fowles is almost finished inputting funeral homes on the [[Beaver County, Utah#Funeral_Homes|county pages]].  
 
*Funeral home records - Lois Fowles is almost finished inputting funeral homes on the [[Beaver County, Utah#Funeral_Homes|county pages]].  
 
**Brainstorm: we need a questionnaire so people can review their websites and contact the mortuaries to learn:  
 
**Brainstorm: we need a questionnaire so people can review their websites and contact the mortuaries to learn:  
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***records they create for each funeral  
 
***records they create for each funeral  
 
****what do they keep?
 
****what do they keep?
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***Early records may not have the same depth. Have they changed what they gather/keep (Early records are often more complete than later. Now they just fill out forms.) Unless they have preserved the funeral program, etc. there may not be much more than what is on the death certificate.
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****transportation records; embalming, care of body; another location for burial, esp if in different states; burial permits; purchasing gravesite; Cemeteries have to have those documents
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***paper trail
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**We need a Wiki article that talks about the paper trail for funeral homes and for cemeteries
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**Burial permits; Programs
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**Funeral homes that have gone out of business, where are those records?
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**Do you have records from previous funeral homes. Do they know where early records might be?
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**Names and years of those previous funeral homes for which they have records
  
*[[Beaver County, Utah#Neighboring_counties|Neighboring counties]] - I have contacted Beth Taylor. She has written instructions to make the maps clickable which she said she would email.  
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*Results of poll re: order of records to suggest for finding birth information. (Based on [[How to Find Birth Information in the United States]], by James Tanner.
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*[[Beaver County, Utah#Neighboring_counties|Neighboring counties]]  
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**Beth Taylor sent written instructions to make the maps clickable. Joy Bogar is going to work on these.
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**Joy's husband, Bo, is proof reading that all the neighboring counties are on the list. (He found a few that were not complete)
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*Results of poll re: order of records to suggest for finding birth information. (Based on [[How to Find Birth Information in the United States]], by James Tanner.  
 
*Start templates and task page for Births - Wilma Started  
 
*Start templates and task page for Births - Wilma Started  
*Start on the State Archives project - Liz started adding info to experimental county
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*Start on the State Archives project - Liz started adding info to experimental county  
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*[[Utah Search Strategies]] page - added links to How to Find... and [[Utah Record Selection Table]], which needs updating.
  
 
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From before:  

Latest revision as of 15:28, 22 August 2012

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Welcome! Make a difference! Add your voice to the Utah Wiki Project.

Join with other Utah project participants to see progress, to share ideas, and to get news and training. Please add items to the agenda before or bring them up during the conversation.
The Wiki currently has 86,901 articles in English

Agenda

Meeting Participants:

News and Events

Review of last meeting


Progress reports

  • Birth record film -- did it have name of children or not? - Patsy It did NOT have names of children. She also updated the Experimental County page to reflect this.
  • Funeral home records - Lois Fowles is almost finished inputting funeral homes on the county pages.
    • Brainstorm: we need a questionnaire so people can review their websites and contact the mortuaries to learn:
      • years their records began
      • complete run since then?
      • records they create for each funeral
        • what do they keep?
      • Early records may not have the same depth. Have they changed what they gather/keep (Early records are often more complete than later. Now they just fill out forms.) Unless they have preserved the funeral program, etc. there may not be much more than what is on the death certificate.
        • transportation records; embalming, care of body; another location for burial, esp if in different states; burial permits; purchasing gravesite; Cemeteries have to have those documents
      • paper trail
    • We need a Wiki article that talks about the paper trail for funeral homes and for cemeteries
    • Burial permits; Programs
    • Funeral homes that have gone out of business, where are those records?
    • Do you have records from previous funeral homes. Do they know where early records might be?
    • Names and years of those previous funeral homes for which they have records



  • Neighboring counties
    • Beth Taylor sent written instructions to make the maps clickable. Joy Bogar is going to work on these.
    • Joy's husband, Bo, is proof reading that all the neighboring counties are on the list. (He found a few that were not complete)
  • Results of poll re: order of records to suggest for finding birth information. (Based on How to Find Birth Information in the United States, by James Tanner.
  • Start templates and task page for Births - Wilma Started
  • Start on the State Archives project - Liz started adding info to experimental county
  • Utah Search Strategies page - added links to How to Find... and Utah Record Selection Table, which needs updating.

From before:

Idea share

Vital records (BMD, Div)

Birth Review the "to do" area of births to implement or discard ideas

Discussion minutes:

Summary of minutes:


Future meetings

Meetings will be held on Wednesdays at 9:00 a.m.

Next week:

  • Progress reports
  • Future focus for discussions:
  • Church records
  • Cemetery records
  • Library area of each county
  • Tip Bank