Cómo empezar su historia familiar

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== Step 1. Write Down What You Already Know about Your Family  ==
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En este corto video en línea de FamilySearch encuentra claves importantes para empezar su historia familiar:[http://www.familysearch.org/eng/lessons/LABRS_ElemFund.html www.familysearch.org/eng/lessons/LABRS_ElemFund.html]
  
Start with yourself. Use a worksheet such as a pedigree chart or family group sheet to write down the information you already know about yourself and your family.  
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== Paso 1. Escriba lo que ya conoce de su familia  ==
  
A [http://www.familysearchwiki.org/worldwide-content/getting-started-with-your-genealogy/how-do-i-start-my-family-history/pedigree-chart/Pedigree_Chart.bmp '''pedigree chart'''] may be used to show you, your parents, grandparents, and great grandparents.  
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Empiece con usted mismo. Escriba la información que sabe de usted y su familia en una hoja de trabajo tal como un cuadro genealógico o un registro de grupo familiar.
  
A [http://www.familysearchwiki.org/worldwide-content/getting-started-with-your-genealogy/how-do-i-start-my-family-history/family-group-sheet/Family_Group_Record_Page1.bmp '''family group sheet page 1'''] and '''[http://www.familysearchwiki.org/worldwide-content/getting-started-with-your-genealogy/how-do-i-start-my-family-history/family-group-sheet/Family_Group_Record_Page2.bmp page 2]''' may be used to show more complete information about a husband and wife with their children.
 
  
If you do not know exact dates and places, estimate them.  
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Puede utilizar un  [http://www.familysearchwiki.org/worldwide-content/getting-started-with-your-genealogy/how-do-i-start-my-family-history/pedigree-chart/Pedigree_Chart.bmp '''cuadro genealógico'''] para registrar la información básica de sus padres, abuelos y bisabuelos.
  
== Step 2. Review What Is Missing  ==
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En un [http://www.familysearchwiki.org/worldwide-content/getting-started-with-your-genealogy/how-do-i-start-my-family-history/family-group-sheet/Family_Group_Record_Page1.bmp '''family group sheet page 1'''] and '''[http://www.familysearchwiki.org/worldwide-content/getting-started-with-your-genealogy/how-do-i-start-my-family-history/family-group-sheet/Family_Group_Record_Page2.bmp page 2]''' puede mostrar información más completa de cada grupo familiar específico.  
  
Circle any missing or incomplete information on your worksheet. Decide what information you want to find first
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Si no conoce las fechas y lugares exactos, puede calcularlos inicialmente.
  
== Step 3. Find Out What Information Already Exists ==
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== Paso 2. Revise lo que falta ==
  
'''Gather your records.''' Start with the records you have in your possession, and gather them into one place. Organize them, and see what family history information you already have.  
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En su hoja de trabajo haga un círculo alrededor de la infomación faltante o incompleta. Determine qué información desea encontrar primero.
  
'''Talk to your family.''' Talk to relatives or family friends. Record any useful information or stories they provide. Ask about copies of birth, marriage, and death certificates, journals, letters, photos, and other records that might be available.  
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== Paso 3. Reuna información existente  ==
  
'''Search other sources.''' If you have a computer, it is often helpful to visit family history Web sites on the Internet. For example, the FamilySearch™ Web site at [http://www.familysearch.org/ www.familysearch.org] provides access to millions of names, dates, and other worthwhile information. FamilySearch can also connect you to other useful family history Web sites and resources. These Web sites often provide valuable family history information.  
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'''Reuna sus registros.''' Comience reuniendo todos los registros que usted posee en un sólo lugar. Organícelos y determine qué información contienen.
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'''Hable con sus familiares.''' Hable con sus parientes o amigos de la familia y registre información útil o historias que ellos le suministren. Pida copias de certificadas nacimiento, matrimonio y defunción, diarios, cartas, fotos y otros registros que puedan ellos tener.
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'''Busque otras fuentes.''' Si tiene una computadora puede visitar sitios de historia familiar en Internet. Por ejemplo el sitio de FamilySearch™ en [http://www.familysearch.org/ www.familysearch.org] suministra acceso a millones de nombres, fechas y otra información útil. FamilySearch puede también llevarle a otros sitios de historia familiar en Internet y recursos adicionales. Estos sitios de Internet
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These Web sites often provide valuable family history information.  
  
 
Visit a family history center near you to receive help on how to use FamilySearch, evaluate the information you find on the Internet, and get free research assistance. Staff members will gladly help you with your research questions. For the location of a center near you, go to [http://www.familysearch.org/ www.familysearch.org] or call 1-866-406-1830 in the (United States and Canada).  
 
Visit a family history center near you to receive help on how to use FamilySearch, evaluate the information you find on the Internet, and get free research assistance. Staff members will gladly help you with your research questions. For the location of a center near you, go to [http://www.familysearch.org/ www.familysearch.org] or call 1-866-406-1830 in the (United States and Canada).  

Revisión de 14:10 26 may 2010

En este corto video en línea de FamilySearch encuentra claves importantes para empezar su historia familiar:www.familysearch.org/eng/lessons/LABRS_ElemFund.html

Contenido

Paso 1. Escriba lo que ya conoce de su familia

Empiece con usted mismo. Escriba la información que sabe de usted y su familia en una hoja de trabajo tal como un cuadro genealógico o un registro de grupo familiar.


Puede utilizar un cuadro genealógico para registrar la información básica de sus padres, abuelos y bisabuelos.

En un family group sheet page 1 and page 2 puede mostrar información más completa de cada grupo familiar específico.

Si no conoce las fechas y lugares exactos, puede calcularlos inicialmente.

Paso 2. Revise lo que falta

En su hoja de trabajo haga un círculo alrededor de la infomación faltante o incompleta. Determine qué información desea encontrar primero.

Paso 3. Reuna información existente

Reuna sus registros. Comience reuniendo todos los registros que usted posee en un sólo lugar. Organícelos y determine qué información contienen.

Hable con sus familiares. Hable con sus parientes o amigos de la familia y registre información útil o historias que ellos le suministren. Pida copias de certificadas nacimiento, matrimonio y defunción, diarios, cartas, fotos y otros registros que puedan ellos tener.

Busque otras fuentes. Si tiene una computadora puede visitar sitios de historia familiar en Internet. Por ejemplo el sitio de FamilySearch™ en www.familysearch.org suministra acceso a millones de nombres, fechas y otra información útil. FamilySearch puede también llevarle a otros sitios de historia familiar en Internet y recursos adicionales. Estos sitios de Internet

These Web sites often provide valuable family history information. 

Visit a family history center near you to receive help on how to use FamilySearch, evaluate the information you find on the Internet, and get free research assistance. Staff members will gladly help you with your research questions. For the location of a center near you, go to www.familysearch.org or call 1-866-406-1830 in the (United States and Canada).

Step 4. Share What You Have and Decide What You Want to Learn Next

After you have organized your information make copies of family charts, photographs, and stories, and share them with family members. This will ensure that your family information is preserved and may help to interest other family members in their family history. Using what you have gathered, decide what you would like to learn next. Decide which ancestors you would like to know more about and where you might find additional information about them. You could also leave a written history of yourself for family members and posterity.

Step 5. What should I do next

For questions within the following range of years

  • Present to 1901
  • 1837 through 1901
         In 1841 and every 10 years following a recorded census was taken.  The 1841 through 1901 Censuses are index and available online to be searched.   This can help you establish an area that your ancestors lived in.  Other vital information can be gleaned from the census: people living in the house and their relationships, approximate year of birth and place of birth.


        July 1st 1837 civil registration began.  All birth marriages and deaths were to be registered at the local registrars


office.  There are online indexes to help locate your ancestors birth, marriage or death.  In order to obtain the full event information it is necessary to purchase the certificate.  Use censuses and church records to help narrow your search down.

         Once you identify the area your ancestor lived in, search parish records. 

  • Before 1837