Blog post relating to building a family tree. We share my tips and resources to aid you in your family tree research.
All along in this series of blogs I have been making reference to the family tree and genealogy tools I have used at this site.
You are never going to be done making a genealogy or family tree...that is a fact, but you can step back and admire that view from time to time.
So, you have been spending a lot of time answering that original question: "what is a family tree".
I love the library and will take any reason to make a visit to the local spots.
So far, I had been really successful with the use of the family tree maker, but one afternoon I noticed some glaring "gaps" in the "leaves".
Okay, so in the last blog I left you just starting to climb up into your family tree in order to begin poking around a bit and starting to chart your g
In the last blog we talked about the details that emerge at the end of someone's life.
I had been using the family tree maker as a primary tool, and that was a good thing because all of the notes and documents (or "leaves" as I had started to c
You have heard the phrase "family tree" many many times, and yet do you think you can clearly answer the simple question of "what is a family tree"?
Are you familiar with the term "old school"?