With countless old photos, a few lost town records, and millions of internet ancestry clues, everyone knows that researching your family history can be time-consuming. What many novice ancestry enthusiasts don’t know is that putting all of the information together in one place can take twice as long! To minimize your headaches from ancestry organization, and make piecing your family history together easier, here are our 3 tips on how to organize your genealogy research with ease.
- Create a family history binder. Make use of the three rings and hole punch EVERYTHING to keep it all in one condensed space. Also get oversized divider tabs to separate files and put all of your research in chronological order.
- Make an ancestry ‘to do list’ in your binder. Listing lets you know which tasks you have yet to complete and keeps you from feeling lost or overwhelmed.
- If you’re worried about losing or…
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