FORMS A

Your research should begin by initiating a good filing system, one
which will allow adequate storage and facilitate easy subsequent
retrieval of data. Many forms are available free on the Internet.

You can download some of the standard ones here [PDF]:

Five-Generation Ancestor Chart
A standard five-generation pedigree chart.

Research Calendar
A classic research organizer. Use a research calendar to keep track of the materials you've searched.

Note-Taking Form
Designed for filing your notes by surname and record type ("ROBINSON: Census Records").

Note-Taking Form
Designed for filing your notes by couple or family group ("John and Mary Jones").

Deed Index—Grantees
Transcribe basic information from town or county deed indexes.

Deed Index—Grantors
Transcribe basic information from town or county deed indexes.

Research Repository Checklist
Record details about an archive or library you plan to visit—a great tool to help plan research trips.

Research Journal
List sources you've checked or plan to check.

Research Worksheet
Ideal for research on long-lost relatives or 20th-century ancestors.

Table of Contents
List the documents in a file folder so you can find them quickly.

Statewide Marriage Index
Identify brides and grooms in a centralized statewide marriage index.

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