Category:Letter Writing Guides

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This category is for articles that explain how to compose genealogical query letters to international addresses using their native language. The guides list typical phrases in English and the same phrase in the native language. They also show an example letter including: date, addressee, greeting, introduction, biographical information about ancestors, genealogical request, referal requests, payment, closing, signature, and return address.  
 
This category is for articles that explain how to compose genealogical query letters to international addresses using their native language. The guides list typical phrases in English and the same phrase in the native language. They also show an example letter including: date, addressee, greeting, introduction, biographical information about ancestors, genealogical request, referal requests, payment, closing, signature, and return address.  
  
This category does '''''not''''' include articles about word lists, glossaries, or other kinds of language and languages topics.
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This category does '''''not''''' include articles about word lists, glossaries, or other kinds of language and languages topics.  
  
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[[Category:Contents|Contents]] [[Category:Obtain_and_Search_the_Records|Obtain_and_Search_the_Records]] [[Category:Language and Languages]]

Revision as of 22:52, 18 August 2009

This category is for articles that explain how to compose genealogical query letters to international addresses using their native language. The guides list typical phrases in English and the same phrase in the native language. They also show an example letter including: date, addressee, greeting, introduction, biographical information about ancestors, genealogical request, referal requests, payment, closing, signature, and return address.

This category does not include articles about word lists, glossaries, or other kinds of language and languages topics.