Finding Gaps In My Family Research

By using the Lost Cousins service I wrote about in my last blog post I’m finding gaps in my research.  This has been a really helpful process to identify these gaps which I didn’t realise existed previously.  Now I can make a list of them and work on filling them in.  There are families who aren’t present in census’ I would expect them to be in and individuals too.

I’m working on being a bit more organised in my research this year which is hard for me but I want to do it.  I need to buy some plastic sleeves and some more drop in files for my archive box, well now that I think about it I might need more than one archive box also!!!  🙂  I thought that by creating my family tree online I would have less paper records etc but I don’t think so.

One Comment

  1. Shelley

    The myth of the paperless office! I still prefer to read documents on paper, not on a screen, so I keep both hard and electronic copies of most of my documents.

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