Genealogy questions to ask when you are starting your family tree. This guide makes it super easy to do. Why not get started today?
Our final post in the Interview series. How to wrap it up and preserve for future generations.
So much work to prepare for an interview! From choosing your microphones for an interview to developing the outline and questions, follow these steps to get the most of your genealogical research.
In this first part of a series on the interview as part of the genealogical process, find out the beginning steps for good planning.
Genealogists analyze the sources of data used in the research process. At this juncture, you have a bunch of information. You have searched for answers to the goal you are trying to reach and pulled up a bunch of records
This is the part of your research that take some time to learn. However, over time you will get better at it. After you have made your list of genealogical records, how do you know which ones to search? Fortunately
At this point in the research process you have identified goals, determined the records to search and conducted your searches. You have collected, hopefully, quite a bit of information. This information needs to be captured somewhere. Reviews of the main
The first question is “Where will I get these records?” Perhaps in your previous work with deciding what you want to learn you noted a location already. But perhaps you don’t know where the record is located. For Upper South
The beginning of your research will be deciding on a goal. What is it you want to learn from your genealogical research? It is very important that your goal be specific. Whether you actually want to make it a SMART
Whether you are in the middle of researching a line, or you are starting from scratch, you must begin your research of a family by recording what you already know from sources of information immediately available to you. Identifying What