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My Family History Ten-Generation Pedigree Chart

My Family History Ten-Generation Pedigree Chart

It is two-sided with the subjects Paternal Pedigree on one side and the Maternal Pedigree on the other. It facilitates the recording of 256 marriages, 512 ancestors, stretching back to the early 1700's and beyond. However there is no room for siblings. A1 (600mm x 840mm)

£3.95

My Family History A ten generation family research record book with pedigree charts

My Family History A ten generation family research record book with pedigree charts

A book in which you can record and display the results of family history research. The product is in two main parts; a ten generation record book and a loose-leaf, two-sided ten generation pedigree chart, plus a system for recording re-marriages and new partnerships. It allows the recording of 256 marriages, 512 ancestors plus offsprings, stretching back to the early 1700's and beyond. All individuals are allocated unique reference numbers to mate entries in the record book with those on the pedigree charts.

£9.99

Writing up Your Family History

Writing up Your Family History

J. Titford (2003)

This book is designed to help those who wish to take collecting material about their ancestors a step further. It explains the different stages of doing this in an easy, step by step style. Under four main headings it describes how to collect your material, how to organise and arrange it into book form, how to decide on the size, shape and number of illustrations, and how to get it published.

£6.95

Writing Your Family History

Writing Your Family History

D. Cass (2004)

A practical guide to compiling a family history from how to gather material, plan the story and then presenting and publishing it.

£9.99

Writing Your Family History

Writing Your Family History

G. Blanchard (2014)

A practical guide to compiling a family history from how to gather material, plan the story and then presenting and publishing it. It also discusses how to overcome problems family historians face when writing a family history such as with gaps in knowledge, how to describe generations of people who did the same jobs or lived in the same area, how to cover the numerous births, marriages and deaths that occur, how to deal with family stories, missing pieces of information and anomalies and when to stop researching and start writing. Examples are provided of different writing styles, formats and layouts There is advice on key aspects of composition, such as adding local and social history context and using secondary material.

£12.99

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