Article by Diane Haddad: http://blog.familytreemagazine.com
We research our ancestors for lots of reasons. For me, it’s so they’ll be known and remembered—not just by me, but also by my family.
Lots of us genealogists have a goal to write our family history. It’s one of the best ways to organize research finds, draw conclusions, and neatly package our family history (instead of delivering it in a pile of records, notes and sources).
But we can’t wait until we’re “finished” researching to start writing. All genealogists know you never finish researching: There are always more relatives to discover and brick walls in the way. So how do you know when it’s time to start writing? Here are eight tipoffs:
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