Genealogy is a passion. Do you have a passion that you just can't live without? Genealogy can be very additive, so if you don't think you will mind turning your house into a library, staying up all hours of the night doing a genealogy search for that illusive Uncle Ben, running our hubby or wife all over the country searching for dead relatives, and living with the dead more than the living, you are reading the right book to start your family genealogy research right now. Your genealogy family tree is going to be growing roots and sprouting branches all over the world as soon as you start the research into your ancestry. Your family tree and family history will all be found in all the genealogy records you will be digging up as soon as you, the beginner genealogist, learn how to collect, bag and examine all the family history and family history genealogy for your family tree.
You are going to learn how to use The Family Tree Maker Software and research the family tree using Ancestry, the ultimate resource for genealogy and many genealogical online sites to gather all you family history. The genealogical lessons are clear and easy to understand and even your children can start learning their family history and genealogy.
Look for the following guide to the genealogy lessons in this book, Genealogy Genealogy Research For Beginners Introduction To Genealogical Records And Techniques Lessons 1-7:
Lesson 1 Beginners Genealogy Where To Start First
Lesson 2 Beginners Genealogy Geography Migration And History
Lesson 3 Beginners Genealogy Census And Spelling Of Names
Lesson 4 Beginners Genealogy Major Record Sources
Lesson 5 Beginners Genealogy Using Ancestry And Family Search Online
Lesson 6 Beginners Genealogy Using Military Records
Lesson 7 Beginners Genealogy Family Tree Software
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