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Discover the advantages of searching like an expert

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Family Tree editor Helen Tovey reveals how you can become an expert genealogist!

 

Do you want to know how to be sure of the accuracy of your family history research? How to unearth all the sources you need? And how to make sure you’ve used the records to the full? Of course you do!

In the February issue of Family Tree professional genealogist Chris Halliday takes you through the process of creating a research plan, seeking out the key documents you need to study, analyzing them carefully and achieving your genealogical goals.

With clear questions to ask yourself as you go along, tips on keeping a thorough research log, identifying your potential sources, and even making a family history mind map, searching like a professional really is made easy, do-able and doesn’t require heaps of (in fact, hardly any) money. It’s all about honing your genealogical research skills to create a family history to treasure, now and in the years to come.

  • How can I research my family tree?
  • How can I be sure of my family history research?
  • And what are the standards that professional genealogists work to?
  • Find answers to all these essential questions and more in February's Family Tree

 

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