1. Heirloom inventory – Describe the origins of your heirlooms for better integration with your family history.

  2. Correspondence log – Keep track of general research requests you send to libraries and archives.

  3. Family correspondence log – Organize research requests sent to and from family members.

  4. Five-generation ancestor chart – Standard five-generation pedigree chart.

  5. Family group sheet – Used for recording information about a nuclear family.

  6. Biographical outline – Used to record information on events in an ancestor’s life such as education, military service, marriage and children

  7. To Do List for My Ancestor – Create a list of research questions about this family that you want to find answers for.

  8. Research Log – This form helps researchers plan their research and record and document their findings.
    A version of the 
    Log in Microsoft Word format can be used to fill out your log electronically.

  9. Internet Research Log
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