Genealogical Record Keeping

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Expert Question: My stack of papers is growing faster than I can keep track of it.  How do you recommend organizing them?

Expert Answer: Organizing genealogical research plans, correspondence and documents is difficult.  It always seems simple at first since you start with only a few individuals, but they grow quickly as does the paperwork that accumulates for them.  And of course thereís the problem that you can classify information multiple ways - does a Berlin birth certificate for Sara Schwarz get filed under Berlin, Sara Schwarz, her parentsí names, her Schwarz surname or birth certificates?  Researchers need an easy way to locate information once filed without having to take time cross-referencing documents.  The following presentation teaches you a method that scales as the number of relatives and documents you collect grows and considers a genealogistís various research needs.

The sooner you get organized, the better.  And once your papers are organized, just following some simple steps will allow you to easily maintain structure rather than chaos.  The way I have done it for years still provides me quick access to any record I am looking for in my vast set of files.

Click here to download the Family Tree Expert's  Genealogical Record Keeping - Organizing All Those Records! presentation.  It is in PDF format.  If you need the free Adobe Acrobat Reader, click here to download.

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