Do you use timelines in your genealogical research? I do.
On Tuesday, October 26 (that is tomorrow), I will be speaking at the Bruce County Museum in Southampton, Ontario at 7:30 p.m. to the Bruce Grey Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society and their guests the Bruce County Genealogical Society. My topic is Timelines and Genealogy. The public is welcome to attend and there is no charge.
The talk is illustrated with examples of timelines. The four areas I will focus on are 1) what are timelines and different types of timelines 2) using timelines during the genealogical research phase and 3) using timelines as you develop the story of the people and 4) using timelines as a visual presentation of a person or family's life.
Has the use of timelines helped you in your genealogical research? If you wish to share an example please comment.
© 2010 Janet Iles