Sep 16 Topic: Sources and Documentation, by Larry Dodge
One of the biggest mistakes genealogists make is failing to source our material. With hundreds or even thousands of names in our genealogy, we wind up with tens of thousands of dates, places and relationships. Good sources add to the validity of each and every piece of information. Learn how to create a good source, how to use it to justify your facts and conclusions and then how to connect individuals into families and a pedigree.
Larry Dodge is a graduate of the Air Force Academy, class of 1973, Member of the Parker Genealogy Society, Member of the National Genealogical Society, Genealogist. Master in Systems Management from the University of Southern California and lifelong learner at Brigham Young University.