Family Tree Workbook: 30+ Step-by-Step Worksheets to Build Your Family History (Paperback)
This website will display the millions of books available to order from us online. It does not necessarily represent the current inventory at our physical store. If you'd like to know if a particular title is on hand at our store, please contact us. Thank you!
Available from Crow via Warehouse. Usually Ships in 2-5 Days
Detail generations of your family’s unique history in one convenient workbook
Organizing your genealogical information is a snap with the Family Tree Workbook. This versatile workbook assists you in your research by providing a variety of forms, charts, and worksheets that help you categorize and track critical information. It also suggests ways to expand on the ancestral information you have already uncovered.
The companion book for Practical Genealogy, the Family Tree Workbook is also suited for your own independent investigations. Featuring everything from pedigree charts and DNA trackers to marriage records and family lore sheets, this family tree workbook offers an expansive approach and unmatched versatility when it comes to recording your family’s history.
The Family Tree Workbook includes:
- Worksheet variety—Discover dozens of different ways to expand and explore your family tree—including forms that help with bookkeeping and managing your research.
- Special documentation—This workbook is inclusive of all types of family histories thanks to specialty forms, migration maps, and blended family worksheets.
- Treasured keepsake—Create a comprehensive history of your family that will make a wonderful and heartfelt heirloom for future generations.
No matter how your family tree has grown, this workbook will make it easy to trace your family’s growth.
About the Author
Brian Sheffey combines more than 20 years of experience in marketing research, the entertainment industry, and academia with a passion for genealogical research. He has used his knowledge to solve unique cases of unknown parentage from colonial America to the present-day utilizing DNA and paper trail evidence.