Tracing the migration of an ancestor or family is one of the most important pieces of record keeping while researching genealogy. For the use of genealogy research, knowing where members of the family tree were residing at different periods provides the link to finding more data. As we go further back into history, fewer families owned their homes and many families moved frequently into different states, cities and neighborhoods. Each move to a new location usually meant a change in churches attended, hospitals used, as well as job and occupation changes.
One of the most effective ways to get genealogy information is by interviewing your family members. Unfortunately, we often chat with them without taking notes. If we take notes, its usually just scribbled on a piece of paper. We created this free two-page Genealogy Interview Form to provide a record for each individual you interview. … Read more