Genealogy Gems listener Michelle Patient sent us a link to her Evernote template for family history research in Australia and New Zealand. Better yet, she gave us permission to share it with all of you!
This template is a blank checklist you can use for every ancestor you research. On the checklist are all the different record types you might check: each type of vital record, census, land record, electoral roll, etc.l, along with the various repositories that should be visited or contacted. Why not create a similar temple for the countries you research, if you don’t have Aussie or Kiwi roots?
This is just one way Evernote helps you track your family history research. Learn more with my get-started-fast Evernote for Genealogy “cheat sheet” quick guide (click here to order for Windows or Mac).
Genealogy Gems Premium members can also enjoy a year’s worth of unlimited access to my complete series of genealogy how-to videos, which now includes a mini-series on specific Evernote tasks for genealogists as well as these full-length classes:
- How the Genealogist can Remember Everything with Evernote (Beginner)
- How to Organize Your Research with Evernote (Intermediate)
- Making Evernote Effortless (Intermediate)
- Collaborative Genealogy with Evernote
- Using Evernote to Create a Research Plan
That’s just a peek at what Genealogy Gems Premium membership offers: click here to learn more!