28 April 2012

I'm a Proud Indexer!

With the hype of the 1940 US Census all my last posts have been of indexing.  I'm so happy to see that Hawaii is 56% indexed. I'm still getting batches from Honolulu, Oahu. I hope that my next batch is from the island of Maui. My Hawaiian line comes from Wailuku, Maui. I saw this 1940 First Indexer Award from The Ancestry Insider. I am a proud indexer!!!


 1940 First Indexer Award

1940 Census First Indexer AwardThe displayer of this badge certifies that he or she is a proud indexer of the 1940 Census.
1. Name: Samoan Genealogy Group
2. First Indexed: March 2010
3. First Batch: I think it was World War registration cards.
4. Favorite experience: My favorite experience was indexing 1930 US Census for Hawai'i.
5. I learned about this award from the blog of: The Ancestry Insider (http://ancestryinsider.blogspot.com/2012/04/1940-first-indexer-award.html)
If you want to help index, visit http://indexing.familysearch.org.



Award Rules
To earn this award you must index or arbitrate at least one batch of the 1940 Census. Once you have submitted a batch:
1. Copy this entire post, including the rules.
2. Replace the answers to the questions.
3. If you wish, replace the badge with a different size or background. Pick from the choices at http://ancestryinsider.blogspot.com/2012/04/1940-census-award-badges.html
3. Post on your blog.
4. Display the award with pride alongside other awards and badges on your site.

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