Use these printable sheets for problem solving and information checking + pedigree charts
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|Analysis sheet||Problem solving - write down the information you know and then offset that with details that you query or need to know|
|Research checklist||Date or tick research and archive data for individuals therefore not duplicating research|
|Research Journal||General research journal for repository and records searched|
|Census Summary||A census summary for information relating to indivicuals found in census returns|
|Correspondence log||A quick glance log tick. Fill in when writing and when replies are received and saves duplicating letters thus saving on postage|
|Family group sheet||A self explanitory form to fill in parent and child information|
|Family group sheet cond.||For those larger families|
A basic form for enclosing when writing to family members for information. Please be patient and verify all information that is sent to you in this way- family memories can be vague to say the least and sometimes have only the slightest connection with fact. Always include a letter saying why you are doing this. Older family members don't always like the idea of people, even the extended family, prying and enclose a stamped addressed envelope or the equivelant for your reply
|Pedigree Chartrt||Numbered pedigree chart with facility for continuation sheets as your generations grow. Includes name, born, place, married, place, died, place|
|Fan Pedigree Chart||A4 sheet chart with name, BMD and spouse|
|Relationship Chart||A basic chart to determine relationships to other relatives|
|Family Tree/Siblings||A useful tree, not only giving parents, grandparents and great grandparents but also allowing you to include siblings for each generation. You can also add a number and continue the generations. I've been looking for a tree for years to do this, so decided to do one myself and include it with the forms for all to use as a good general working sheet
Add your main line closest to the marriage symbol, this allows you to add some/all siblings of the parents, grandparents etc.
Very useful when taking information from one source to another.
|A simply laid out sheet with a cemetery name and spaces for wording, headstone, footstone and decorations.|
|Name and spouses name are included on this form along with BMD's, census (1841-1911) + other sources you may not have thought of including a section for your notes from word of mouth/interviews, family traditions and printed material|
|Includes sections for grantor, grantee, book, date, acres and description.|
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