Long paper genealogy sheets; what to do with
I've acquired from both my deceased parents all of their paper, long (yellow work sheets and white ones) genealogy sheets. I think they total a couple of inches thick!
My question is this: once I have made sure everything they have on these papers is entered into Family Search, should I keep these "once" important papers or can they now be shredded. My parents and their families were greatly dedicated to genealogy. It seems a shame to shred these papers, but then if it isn't necessary to keep they, why keep them?
Thanks for your help on this matter. Belva Wood
(Truly, I have my work cut out for me. This is NO small project to double check all these names and families!)