author of “Roots to the Past” genealogy column
A notebook for the researcher, particularly the novice
This is the workbook I wish I had when I started my genealogy research three decades ago. As someone new to the hobby who didn’t know the basics, it would have helped organise information and keep track of it. This would have been the book I carried when I visited cemeteries, cenotaphs and the archives.
This workbook is formatted to record genealogy information for 50 individuals. It’s intended to record the raw information as it’s found on those you’re actively researching. It’s organised to make it quick and easy to find the information later to enter into a genealogy program or whatever you’re using to create a family tree. Since the original information is saved in the workbook, it can later be used as a reference to double-check sources and details.
Twenty pages at the end of the workbook are left blank for additional notes.
Genre: Notebook – Forms – Genealogy
Published: May 19, 2021
Details: 6 inches by 9 inches, soft cover, 120 pages (60 sheets), numbered pages, cream-coloured paper, genealogy information forms.
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Not ready to buy the book but still want formatted sheets similar to those in the book to record genealogy research? No worries. We’ve got that, too, in PDF. We’ve created two regular size pages (8 1/2 by 11 inches) to print off. Stick them in a binder or slide them into a folder for safe keeping. Download the Genealogy Sheets.
Author: Diana Tibert
Diana Tibert has been researching her family tree since 1989. She’s helped many people along the way in person, on mailing lists and through her Roots to the Past Genealogy column that appeared in more than a dozen papers for 15 years.
She’s been a gardener for more than 40 years. Her garden is her happy place. She enjoys keeping track of what goes on during the seasons and uses this information to make her garden grow better.
Her first book Phenology Log Book – Observe Nature’s Calendar is an excellent tool to help track seasonal changes. It’s great for gardeners and anyone who wants to learn more about the natural world around them.