Learn more about documenting your family history, the standards that have been established for genealogical documentation and why, and how to make your history on your family enlightening, and lively.
Find here a relationship chart of family members and how to determine degrees of consanguinity which refers to the property of being from the same kinship and to what degree they relate to one another. In such a table, each level of consanguinity or generation appears as a row and individuals with the same degree of relationship share the same row. Consanguinity is of relevance to matters of incestuous relationships, marriage, and issues of inheritance.
A research guide to assist you in initiating your genealogical research, staying focused and remaining on-track with your genealogical investigations. In the guide you will learn developing a research plan, deciding upon what you want to accomplish, understanding the principles for effective search techniques, matching goals to resources to repositories, some basic rules for genealogical research, basic steps to progressing with genealogical research, compiling your basic information, effective letter-writing techniques, and categorization of data types. All important elements to effective genealogical research.