What to do when a piece of evidence threatens your research? - Webinar


Webinar: What to do when a piece of evidence threatens your research

While gathering and analyzing sources to document your ancestor, how much

weight should one item have on your conclusions? Should one document have the power to overturn all of your previous research?


In the FHF Xtra Exclusive Webinar,


What to Do When a Piece of Evidence Threatens Your Research


Devon Noel Lee will explain:

  • Why completely exhaustive genealogical research is impossible.

  • When new research can alter previous findings.

  • The steps by which to process new information.

She'll conclude with a case study that involved four little words that made her worry she'd been researching the wrong ancestor.


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