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I write about 'all and everything' there, covering present passions and past curiosities. Most can be found through 'categories' and I hope to get all of them listed this way soon. It's somewhat of an occasional activity but over the last few years I've built up a library of posts that I'm proud of. G Practical advice for indexers of family histories, published by the American Society for Indexing.

P v. There are two commonly used genealogical formats: Register style and the ahnentafel. You may choose to follow the standard formats or adapt them to meet your own vision. If you modify the format, just be sure to be clear and consistent--your readers will thank you! The examples below are from the book So Proudly We Hail , which includes both a Register style and ahnentafel portion. Register style begins in the past, with a common ancestor often the immigrant to America and comes forward in time. It gets its name from The New England Historical and Genealogical Register , which developed the format more than years ago.

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An article or book can treat descent from a common ancestor; a book might also contain several sections or multiple chapters, each traced from a different ancestor. Download the template. The basic building block of Register style is the family sketch, which treats a couple and their children in a standardized way. With a numbering system that organizes the data and clarify who is who, each main person has a distinct number. For each person, you give the following information in the order listed:. The same information is provided for each spouse and for each child.

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