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10 July 2014

Ask When You Know the Answer

Sometimes genealogists want to get as much new information as possible when interviewing relatives. That's fine, but asking questions when you "know the answer" is a good idea as well. You may trigger memories that might not have been triggered in any other way.

And it may turn out that you really don't "know" what you think you "know."

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