The Complete Guide to Creating Your Own Family Tree

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Foulsham, 2006 - Reference - 192 pages
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This lively and appealing book makes genealogy easy, exciting, sociable, inspiring and accessible to everyone. This fantastically useful guide refreshlingly side-steps the uninspiring tasks of traditional genealogical research. Packed with useful information and a common-sense approach, it advises on everything from websites to war records, how to organize research and the joy of knitting it all together.

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Starting Out
Conducting Research

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Paul Blake lectures widely on a variety of subjects related to family history. Maggie Loughran is administrator of the Federation of Family History Societies. She regularly lectures and contributes articles on family and local history to various journals and magazines.

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