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To start your research  first search family and home sources. Search for names as well as dates and places of important life events for your ancestors on varios records you have close to come: certificates, diaraies,  journals, obituaries, etc. Talk with living relatives to learn additional information they might have on your ancestors. You may have an Aunt, grandparent, cousin, or other relative who has already gathered some family information. Organize your findings on pedigree charts and family group records. You can obtain blank pedigree charts and family group sheets here.


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