When citing newspapers in Gramps, I’ve opted to treat a newspaper as a single source, and each issue as a volume of that source. This is much like how you would treat multiple volumes of an encyclopedia.
Recently, Kris Hocker of Kris Hocker’s /genealogy wrote a post titled, Writing My Family Genealogy ~ A Long, Winding Path.
The topic of this post is the writing of a descendants book, and the difficulty in managing numbering in a word processor. This is one area where I think Gramps may excel, and I’d be surprised if other word processors didn’t have a similar feature.
Find a Grave provides a wealth of information that won’t be found anywhere else. You never know if searching for an ancestor will return a match, giving you the cemetery where your ancestor was buried. Often you’ll also find the birth and death years (possibly even dates), and checking the cemetery listing may return a few of your ancestor’s relatives. Even better, some pages will include a photograph of the gravestone. How should you manage this wealth of information in Gramps?