Tracing Your Family Roots with Genealogy: Uncovering Your Ancestry Beginner's Guide
If you’re interested in tracing your roots but have no idea where to start, all the answers you need are in Genealogy: Uncovering Your Ancestry Beginner's Guide
Stories about the past and having an actual family tree that goes way, way back before the third generation are also precious gifts that your children and the future generations can inherit and treasure.
With this book, you’ll be able to discover all the important tools you need as you search for the best memory lanes to travel through. You’ll also be able to learn about the following:
Do You or Do You Not Need a Genealogist – This is a difficult question to answer if it’s your first time to attempt tracing your genealogy. This book, however, can give you a shortcut method to determine whether or not spending money for the services of a genealogist is a necessary.
Unlikely Sources of Help – Have you ever thought that something like the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints would be able to help you in your historical quest? And indeed it can and will, and you’ll learn exactly how when you read this book!
Getting an Overview – Success is always easier to obtain if you already know what to expect. With Genealogy: Uncovering Your Ancestry, you’ll be able to know exactly what possible obstacles could hinder your way to the past and what options you have to solve each and every dilemma you encounter. You’ll also learn about all the benefits you can enjoy just by tracing your genealogy.
The Best Way to Use the Internet – City and town halls as well as the libraries used to be the only sources of information you can rely on when searching about a particularly hard topic, but with the advent of the Internet, you need not leave your home because most of the information you need is at the tip of your fingers. You only have to know how to look for it. The Internet is indeed a world wide web, but this book will be supplying you with easy-to-follow directions to get where you wish to go as soon as possible.
Vital Records Date Chart
Family Relationship Chart
Five Generation Ancestor Chart
Family Group Sheet
Note Taken Form
Research Repository Checklist
Table of Contents for Files
Biographical Outline of the Life of-----
Statewide Marriage Index
Military Records Checklist
Cemetery Transcription Form
Deed Index Grantees
Deed Index Grantors
Artifacts and Heirlooms in Other People’s Possession