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Podcast Interview on Genealogical Proof Standard

Friday, 13 Mar 2009 | by Mark Tucker

Genealogy Research Process Map - Version 2

At last month’s Family History Expo in St. George, I was interviewed by Lisa Louise Cooke from Genealogy Gems.  We talked about the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS) and my presentation, Navigating Research with the GPS.

I had a great time chatting with Lisa and the interview is now available as a podcast that you can listen to as well.

Hope you enjoy it.

1 Comment »

  1. Mark, I have a picture of a pedigree chart that shows all sibling descendants; totally different than the standard pedigree chart now produced by most, if not all, genealogy programs. This chart was created via ‘CAD’ system, and was very difficult to create. There is no Copyright that I know of.. I would like to send you the file that you make check out.. The principle of the chart is every generation is in a single column; connecting the points is a major issue. If such a chart could be programed it would be the best pedigree chart of all times. I sent this file to RootsMagic and they came back with a comment that it looked a regular pedigree; which it does not. Its no where close to a regular pedigree chart sowing only the first male descendants.. This one shows all descendants of all siblings.. If interested please contact me via email that I may send you a copy..

    Comment by Gale D Stroud — 28 Mar 2009 @ 9:35 pm

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