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Surnames Chart The button below gets you the printable, high-resolution Surname Tracker Chart PDF. This will make the holes in your research really clear and focus you on filling in the main points before getting lost in a rabbit-hole of details. FREE DOWNLOAD GENEALOGY FREEBIE: “Ancestor Surname Tracker Chart” – A printable family tree research […]
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These genealogy forms and templates form the backbone of the family genealogy binder. There are 10 forms and templates in 10 different colors to choose from, so that you can customize your binder in whatever way you like.
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For Christmas 2016, I put together a family history binder for my father-in-law. I began at the beginning of September with the intention of including both his paternal and maternal lines, but with…
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Chances are you have some paper files in your genealogy records. But how can you organize them? Here’s one method of getting that paper under control.
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This is the ultimate guide to doing family history on your iPad.
picture from Bowl Full of Lemons website Wouldn't you love to be this organized! I was on Pinterest the other day and I saw this beautifully organized family history center. When I saw the three ring binders I thought that's what I want my genealogy organization to look like. I know it's going to take some time because I have a lot of information to organize. I know I cannot organize everything at once so I've decided to start with the McIntire's My goal is to write a family history on my…
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As you progress with your research, recording family history should become an integral part of your process, and you should choose a system that is easy for you, and others, to understand. There are many ways you can organise your genealogical research, such as using a filing system or computer program and making notes using
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It’s been well over a month since I last posted on this blog, and despite the fact that I’ve been itching to get back to it, life in general just seems to keep getting in the way. But that’s quite okay, life’s for living and that’s what our time on this earth is all about. Summer on the farm: shifting sheep Besides the very busy Christmas period that I’ve no doubt we all experience, life on the farm has also been so busy, busy, busy lately. Whenever I think that I’m about to get a free hour…
Linda Steils saved to Geneaology
This is the third post in my Family History Binder series. Click here to go back to part 1. My family history binder is broken into 16 sections. The dividers I used are the Avery Clear Pocket Label…
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