Timelines: A Genealogical Analysis Tool
November 26 @ 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM$20.00 – $30.00
Timelines aid you to keep track of events in your ancestor’s lives, find gaps in your research and determine intersecting events that affect their lives. They are particularly useful in analysing brick wall problems. Two James Quested’s in a parish both married to an Elizabeth and having children at the same time? Have an ancestor whose age changes in every record? What legislation was in effect? How did it change? No person exists in isolation. Timelines can also help you place family members in relationship to each other.
Helen V Smith (DipFamHist., PLCGS) has been researching since 1986: England, Ireland, Wales & Australia with various immigration trails to the USA, Canada, South Africa and New Zealand. She has registered the surname Quested with the Guild of One Name Studies and collects them anywhere, anytime. She is a regular speaker at genealogy events in Australia, internationally in New Zealand, England, Canada the USA and many Unlock the Past Cruises. She is the author of Death Certificates and Archaic Medical Terms, Google the Genealogists Friend and many articles for family history journals. She is the Convenor of the GSQ DNA SIG. She is a member of the Association of Professional Genealogists and Genealogical Speakers Guild
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