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20 October 2014

He Who Hesitates May Get the Short End of the Informational Stick

We've mentioned it before, but..

Never delay asking that relative questions about your family history. That person may not be able to answer questions tomorrow. And go back and ask them more questions once you've done some research--they may be able to provide more information than was in the records you located and the information you've discovered may help them remember things they could not remember before.

1 comment:

  1. My great grandfather died in 1987 at age 101. If I had known then what I know now...Oh the conversations we could have had.