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29 October 2013

Ask Again

When you began your research, you hopefully asked family members questions about your family's history. When was the last time you went back and asked again?

With new information, you may have different questions to ask.
With improved research skills, you may see questions you overlooked.

It never hurts to ask again--before it is too late.

1 comment:

  1. Another reason to ask again is that the first time you asked, it put the ancestor's mind on your question. Waiting a while to ask again will have given your relative time to think about what you asked to begin with. And, as you said, John, you'll have a little more information to add which may prompt further memory. You always have such great tips, John! Thanks.