> Record Keeping





  Experienced family historians are all too well aware (often from bitter experience!) of the need right from the very start of their researches to systematically document BOTH:
  • the full identity of any source used in tracing a family tree (i.e. research records)
  • the family tree itself (i.e. the results of the research)

There are a wealth of aids that can assist in this record keeping, including software packages of varying degrees of sophistication.

This section of the web site will be expanded in the future but in the interim you are recommended to consult the advertisements and relevant articles in the various genealogy magazines to see what record keeping aids and software are currently available for purchase.

This page last updated: 1 February 2006