At that time, I didn't use a computer for much of anything. We had one in the house that my children knew how to use. But, my thoughts were that it was a glorified typewriter.
One of the keynote speakers that year was Elder Neal A. Maxwell of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles in the LDS Church.
- Additional marriages
- Corrected places of births, deaths, and marriages.
- Corrected dates of the above, including more than just the year.
- Military records that became so numerous I had to put them into a spreadsheet. The number of military ancestors is now 186.
- Stories from extended family members and newspapers.
- Babies that were unknown to our family. As of this writing, I have now found 79 babies, the oldest being four years old.
- Temple work that needed to be completed.