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You may have asked yourself: “Where do I begin?” Organizing what you already know about your family is the easiest way to start you family history. In this episode, Jesse will show you what you already know so you can organize your future research efforts. You will learn how to find and use pedigree charts, family group records, and computer software programs to easily record names, events, dates, and places.
You may have asked yourself: “Where do records come from?” “How do I find records?” Records are kept by just about every organized group, including families, churches, governments, courts, and schools. In this episode, Jesse will show you how records become available to search and how knowing where to look can help you find a record of your chosen ancestor. You will learn how to search in archives, online, and in other places, and you will also learn helpful tips to organize your search efforts.
Religious records have been kept longer than vital records. In looking for baptism, marriage or burial records in the early 1800's or before it is wise to look for religious records.