"Writing Your Family History" ~ 'One of the most rewarding challenges I have accomplished in my genealogy journey has been the completion of my family history book. I am extremely passionate about recording family stories and I will encourage you at every opportunity. I have assembled some of my best advice, tips and tricks to help you in your journey to writing your family history book.'
HOUSE OF LANCASTER AND BEAUFORT FAMILY ~ MY FAMILY TREE TOO, FOR MY ANCESTOR'S COME FROM ROYAL LINES FROM WILLIAM THE CONQUEROR DOWN THROUGH EVERY KING UNTIL EDWARD III, WHERE MY GREAT (ETC) GRANDFATHER, JOHN OF GAUNT MARRIES KATHERINE SWYNFORD AND MY ANCESTRY CONTINUES THROUGH HER DAUGHTER, JOAN AND HER HUSBAND, RALPH NEVILLE AND THROUGH THE NEVILLE LINE. I'LL NEVER FORGET THE DAY I FOUND OUT.
What Do I Enter Into My Family Tree? Resolving Conflicting Evidence - If you've been doing family history for any length of time, you've come across conflicting evidence. Family names spelled different ways in different records. Ages and birthplaces varying wildly from census to census. That inevitably leads to the question - what do I enter in my family tree? Join Crista Cowan for a look at recording and resolving conflicting evidence.