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GENEALOGY LEARNING CENTRE: Getting Organised / Getting Started in Family History

Journal by allycat

Dear Members, This link is especially for user Sandy Utesch as she asked for it but will be useful to all. Click on the link below, and if you click in the left-hand margin there is lots more info besides.

Good luck
Alison
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Genealogy.com - How to: Get organised

Turning Piles into Files
Digging Out From the Paper Pile
Preserving Your Research
Another Sort of A to Z - Your Filing System
Organizing Your Research
Organizing the Inconclusive
Spring Cleaning, Genealogy Style
Organizing Oral History Information

Time Management
The Weekend Genealogist
Time-Saving Tips for Genealogists
The Research Cycle
Focusing on Research Goals for the Next Year

Using Photographs
Using Photos in Your Research
Restoring Damaged Photos
Protecting Family Memories from Time
Photographs and the Holidays
Tips for Photographing Tombstones
Follow the Clues, Dating Your Photographs

Documenting Your Sources
Documenting Your Sources
Why Bother? The Value of Documentation




And another one.... FamilySearch.org - The largest collection of free family history, family tree and genealogy records in the world

Get Started With Family History

* How do I get started?
* Helpful research guidance
* Why family history?
* Forms, maps and guides

Search Genealogy Records & Library

* Family History Library Catalog
* Birth, Marriage & Death Vital Records
* U.S., British, & Canadian Census Collections

Preserve And Share Your Family History

* Add your family tree and discover more about your ancestors
* Find people with similar genealogy interests
* More helpful web sites

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on 2007-03-08 19:01:31

allycat , from sunny Queensland, Australia, has been a Family Tree Circles member since Mar 2006. is researching the following names: HOY, MOST, ORTH and 610 other(s).

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by sandyutesch on 2007-03-12 17:13:54

Thaks for the organization tips. I really needed them. I have been asking (pesstering) my cousin and she has come up with the brothers and sisters of my ggrandmother Minnie Peters Utesch who claims she was from Hamreryotsneck, Upper Pomerania. Am consulting old maps but am not having much luck. sandyutesch

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