Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

1/9/2009

Geneology: Indirect path is sometimes best route to answers

Many of our genealogical research questions can be answered by acquiring the right documents.
A birth record will answer the questions of when and where a person was born and the names of the father and mother. This is called direct evidence. Find more documents that support the answers and none that contradict, and you can be fairly certain the answers are correct. This is the easiest and best type of evidence when trying to build a family tree. for more click here

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