Genealogy Research Planner
A useful form to plan your research
Keeps a record of your search and avoids repetition
Useful form that helps missing sources.
A few that could
Links on the Web Some that I found
The JewishGen FAQ
- Frequently Asked
Jewish Genealogy - How to do Jewish genealogical research. An extensive discussion of methods and resources.
Jewish Genealogy Forms and Sources
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Jewish genealogy is about sharing.
Sharing success stories and deadends.
Sharing tips and techniques, sources and resources.
This page is dedicated to that spirit of sharing in exchange for all the help I have received from all the experts who so willingly and freely gave of their expertise. If there are shortcomings or errors in the information presented here, they are all due to my own learning curve.
Planning your research and keeping careful records is essential in genealogy.
There is nothing more frustrating to repeat a search you have already done, maybe more than once, because you do not have a record of having already searched this site or source. It is therefore essential to plan your research with great care and keep meticulous records. There are no perfect forms or techniques. I am including here forms that I have personally found to be useful in this respect. These are forms that I use and which I have either created or modified from some I found in various locations. If they may be useful to you, you are welcome to print them off your web-browser, modify and use them as you see fit. I would appreciate any suggestions to correct or add to them.
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