It is easy to go in circles searching for information from genealogical databases. That’s why the most effective searches are ones that are organized and structured. This allows the researcher to not overlook possible search options and see how to troubleshoot when the desired individuals are not located.
In this hour-long presentation, see practical and down-to-earth approaches to making better use of your online search time. After discussing general strategies, we will look at two detailed examples which can then be modeled for your own problem ancestors.
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