Saturday, April 11, 2009
Researching your family’s genealogy is an entertaining and rewarding hobby. If you’ve been successful in finding information, then you know that it’s also a hobby that generates mountains of data—pedigree charts, wills, journals, diaries, birth and death certificates, marriage licenses, maps, deeds—the list just grows over time. Gayle Goddard offers advice for keeping up with it all so you can hand over comprehensible information to the next generation.
Clayton Library Center for Genealogical Research
Houston, Texas 77004