How To Record Your #Genealogy Findings and Family History using Free Downloadable Forms and Charts
February 5, 2014
Before you can capture your family history or life story on video, you must first do the research and collect your data. In the previous Wednesday tips, I provided you with a better understanding of why genealogy matters and how you can get started researching your family for FREE.
This week, I would like to share some FREE downloadable forms and charts you can use, to record all of your findings. It's a very exciting ordeal when you're on a mission to learn more about your family. However, there's just so much information and insights that can get lost if not noted by you or a reliable notetaker.
If you're a visual learner like myself, then I would watch the *YouTube video above, to get a better idea of how everything comes together during this researching process.
Remember, the most important piece of the puzzle during your research is the senior-aged parents, grandparents and great grandparents, that are in your life. They have lots of interesting facts that can be jotted down on your forms and for completing your family tree chart. An audio recording device can be helpful as well for capturing the details from your senior. This audio footage can easily be included into a documentary-style video biography.