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Figure out what to call "traditional" forms (ones you can print and fill out by hand) and how to enter idea of both electronic and printable formsin the outline
Family Group Records
Research Logs (Calendars)
Given different research objectives the log title and column headings might well be different also. Provide some examples. Highlight flexibility of electronic log option.
- US Census Extraction Forms
<a href="United States Census">United States Census</a> has <a href="United States Census Forms">Blank Forms</a> for all US Censuses from 1790-1880,1900-1920, and 1940.
- Canadian Census
- British Census
- US Census Headings
- Census Headings 1790-1860
- Census Headings 1870-1930
- Census Headings 1940
Documenting in Family Tree
In FamilySearch Family Tree one can enter sources for each of the vital events and other information pertaining to each person. Entering all the documentation that one has may require the uploading/transferring of many individual sources. The "Documents Attached to Individuals in Family Tree" form has been designed to keep track of exactly which sources have been entered and whether or not an image of the document was included.
The source(S) may be entered with Title, Where found, and Description details in one's Source Box. Then this source can be attached to the appropriate individual in the Family Tree. It is also possible, using a sources's URL, to add the document image (I) to that source thus making it possible to view the actual document in Family Tree.
"How To" Forms
This page has been created as a work space for the development, gathering and organization of family history forms and with the goal of establishing a Wiki page for static and electronic genealogy forms.
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