The Genealogy Course: trace family histories

The Genealogy Course: trace family histories
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The Genealogy Course: trace family histories

Do you want to know exactly who your ancestors were: where they lived; what they did for a living; whether that story of highwaymen, criminals and corrupt relatives is factual, or a figment of Grandma's over-active imagination?

Genealogy - defined as 'an account of the descent of a person or family through an ancestral line', is a high faluting description of what, to the rest of us, is known simply as 'tracing the family tree'.

Nostalgia, which has become very popular in recent years, has found a wealth of collectible interests emerging amongst a public ever eager to get their hands on anything connected with the past: old postcards, postage stamps, paper ephemera, 1950s and '60s memorabilia - and family trees! It seems that today we are not content to know just how our ancestors lived - and I mean specific ancestors, namely those whose genes, characteristics and hereditary behavior are the sum result of our very being.

Today, many of you are eager to trace your own family histories, but you don't know where to start. That's why you need The Genealogy Guide! The Genealogy Guide is like a complete course in tracing family histories. Inside you will learn:

  • Where To Begin-Getting Organized
  • How To Find Clues In Family Resources
  • Your Search Begins-Where To Look And What To Look For
  • Putting Your Information Together
  • 99 Great Online Genealogy Resources

Beginning your journey back in time with the knowledge you need to do it right will make the process easier and more enjoyable. Once you have joined The Genealogy Course you will be able to research your families history like a professional.

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Course Intro Video

Lessons

  1. Genealogy - defined as 'an account of the descent of a person or family through an ancestral line', or alternatively, 'the investigation of pedigrees as a department of knowledge', is a high faulting description of what, to the rest of us, is known simply as 'tracing the family tree'.
  2. Lesson 2: Where To Begin-Getting Organized

    Your research should begin by initiating a good filing system, one which will allow adequate storage and facilitate easy subsequent retrieval of data.
  3. Lesson 3: How To Find Clues In Family Resources

    The first step in the the actual investigative process is, of course, that of gaining access to family documents, bibles ,books, photograph albums and so on. One must also of necessity decide which side of the family will be traced; whether the male or female line.
  4. Lesson 4: Your Search Begins-Where To Look And What To Look For

    Once all family sources have been exhausted, now comes the real challenge of investigating from official sources, and not just central records offices and county registers.
  5. Lesson 5: Putting Your Information Together

    Now that you have done your research you will want to have a way to display what you were able to find.

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