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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Guidelines


I use other people's research on my lines as guidelines.  Because genealogy is filled with errors across the board, I want to trace it myself, see the actual proofs, then consider the work.  We all do a tremendous amount of work on these lineages, especially those without the traditional proofs, such as census, bible records, cemeteries, and court house records, such as old wills and estates.  There is always the avenue which begins without the memory of relatives, tombstones and the like. It  is the place where we are completely on our own to analyze the dates, names and places.  Usually, if we examine all possible records in the court houses on every person having that surname, we acquire a pretty good knowledge of related persons, neighbors and the surrounding history.   Also, things need to make sense. That makes genealogy a thoughtful process.

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