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New to Genealogy - Help for Beginners
Start Your Journey to Find Your Family Tree
Step 1. Start with yourselfYour first step in genealogy research is to start with what you know. Start with yourself and work backwards. Fill in all information on a Pedigree Chart.
Olive Tip: Use PENCIL so you can erase!
When you are done, you can easily see what ancestors are missing, or what facts you need to find.
Genealogy Guide For Beginners
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