Family Research – English, Scottish and Irish Genealogy

2/9/2009

Genealogy and easy access to National Archives

In conducting family history research, proper documentation is the key. Citing sources is what gives your work credibility and aids others in their own investigations. Prior to the internet, tracking down those sources used to mean traveling to a local library, court house or archive facility to obtain copies of important documents such as birth certificates or land records or wandering through an old cemetery to locate the final resting place of your ailing ancestor. Most genealogists, both past and present, thoroughly enjoy these fact finding trips, but for some, traveling is not an option due to time constraints or even advanced age.for more click here

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