Here’s a list of the cheat sheets currently available in this category. Check back often as we’ll continue to add new ones.
- Source List Form
- Relationship Chart
- Source Citation Cheat Sheet
- Get Started
- Research Trip Budget Worksheet
- Research Trip Packing List
- Directory of Family History Centers
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Use this list to fully document sources you’ve referenced on other genealogy forms.
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Second cousins once removed or first cousins twice removed? Figure out how you’re related to others using this handy chart.
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Source Citation Cheat Sheet
See examples of what to enter in your genealogy software for various source types, from censuses to cemetery transcriptions.
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Get Started with Genealogy Guide
A handy sheet with 10 tips for starting your family history search, plus a list of good websites and books for beginners.
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Research Trip Budget Worksheet
Use this travel budget planning sheet to calculate how much it’ll cost you to visit that faraway county courthouse where Great-great-grandma lived.
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Research Trip Packing List
Hitting the road for a trip to the archives or courthouse? Be sure to consult this checklist of supplies you’ll want to tote along.
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Directory of Family History Centers
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints’ network of local Family History Centers (also FamilySearch Centers) give you access to the Salt Lake City Family History Library’s millions of microfilmed records, plus free on-site access to subscription genealogy Web sites. Find the center nearest you in this directory of US and Canadian locations, listed by state and province.
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