Hindsight is 20/20 isn’t it? We’ve all made mistakes with our genealogy research, especially when we were starting out. After a couple years of doing research that I couldn’t count on, I ended up starting over completely. If you’re getting started in genealogy research, you can save yourself a lot of time and frustration by doing things right from the outset.
Luckily, I’ve made the mistakes so you don’t have to. With this Orderly Roots guide, I share 10 different things I wish I’d known when I started doing genealogy research. Topics covered include:
- Figuring out what information you can trust
- Asking for help
- Finding time for genealogy research
- Staying focused
- Paying attention to collateral lines
When you first start finding your roots it’s easy to get carried away the excitement and end up with a mess. I’ll let you in on a secret: You don’t have to do everything perfectly. But taking time to learn a little now can save you a lot of time later on as you grow your family tree. This guide can help you with that.
9 pages. $8.99.