It’s difficult to¬†really start your genealogy research over. A researcher cannot erase the memory of what they have done or of what they have discovered. Instead of starting over, it’s best to re-evaluate: how did I get these facts that I think are true? how accurate are these sources I used? did I use multiple sources where possible? are there things I could improve about my research process? how did others solve similar problems? where could I have made a mistake? do I have the best copy of the original record? Making corrections, increasing your knowledge level, re-evaluating what you have done are all great ways to improve the research you’ve done. Maybe you just need a remodel and not a complete tear down. Genealogy Tip of the […]
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