Althea Douglas, MA, CG (C), UE
“Written in a light and breezy style, these two books are useful reference guides for all family history researchers, and even experienced researchers will find that the author is knowledgeable and her suggestions helpful.”
– Glenn Wright, Archivaria 51
The ‘same name’ dragon is bad enough when all your James Smiths lived in the same parish or township. But, when they migrate, it can be a challenge to determine which one is yours. This volume moves beyond the standard genealogical sources to examine other records to help you follow the trail of migrant adventurers who try to ‘escape’ from the family tree. As well, she offers advice on privacy concerns and computer research.
Here be Dragons, Too! More Navigational Hazards For the Canadian Family Researcher