I have three times the genealogical goodness for you today, but it’s a click away. Or rather, three clicks.
Karen Cummings at Pharos Tutors asked me to write something about methodology for the Pharos blog. This was what I came up with: three posts about the different kinds of source material we use to evidence our family history research. All three posts have now published on the Pharos blog.
First, looking at Primary, Secondary and Original Sources.
Next, Derivative Records – the contemporary ones.
And finally, Modern Derivative Records, and thinking about how we can make these different kinds of source material work together for best effect.
There’s a lot of information there, but if you do go over read them, I hope you’ll find something of interest.
Thank you very much for sharing, I look forward to reading them over the next few days!
Thank you Iain. Yes, one a day with a nice cup of coffee would be in order! I hope you enjoy.
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