Sourcophobia – an irrational fear of reading anything by Elizabeth Shown Mills
A new word from my young Australian genimate, Sharon Muffett
SpitKit: The ancestryDNA testing kit, so-called for the procedure of collecting saliva into a test tube.
A Big Spit
I don’t have to try too hard to source new entries for the Geneadictionary, some just jump out at me while I am reading social media.. In fact I have around a hundred entries lined up for future publishing.
Gendisasters : events that touched our ancestors’ lives
The Gendisasters site states that it has “Newspaper articles about Train Wrecks, Fires,Floods, Shipwrecks, Plane Crashes, Accidents and other disasters. Most of these articles list the dead and injured or missing. Use the Search Box to search for your ancestors or Browse the articles by type of disaster, state or year.”
RAOGK – Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness.
The Familysearch Wiki has an excellent article that gives the history of this term.
Another gem from Caroline Gurney.
Microphilmia – a love of doing research