This post is part of the Anglo-Indian Project Christmas series 2016.
The Two-Hundredth post of Anglo-Indian Project provides a useful point to reflect on all that has gone before.
One thing that stands out is the sheer volume of information that has been discovered and presented through this blog (and there is still a lot to be shared – currently over 120 draft posts and many unexplored areas).
Blogging provides a great way to share genealogical research through ideas, thoughts and raw information. But, it also begins to become a bit muddled and confusing – anyone looking at this for the first time may wonder where to start reading – post number one is usually a good idea – but even long-time followers may be getting lost. The review posts are, in part, a way of sorting all the information, see below for a list of these. Other outlets are being explored and the blog will be revitalised in 2017.
Here’s to the next 200 posts.
Links to previous summaries:
Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part I (12 posts)
Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part II (21 posts)
Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part III (24 posts)
Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part IV (18 posts)
Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part V (25 posts)
Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part VI (36 posts)
Anglo-Indian Project Review: Part VII (24 posts)
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