11    Jan 20121 comment

Poll: How do you plan to pass down your family research?

Part of the beauty associated with family history research is that the researcher can always share findings with loved ones. Wouldn't it be a shame for that research to be lost to the generations?

Regardless of your age, I believe that we should all make some attempt to inform others about our research or, indeed, provide some guidance as to the order and direction of your general research. Speaking as head researcher for my family, I have spoken in some depth with my siblings about where my research is stored and how they can access the Sanderson MyHeritage tree.

So, now that I've given you some insight into my preparations, how do you plan to pass down your family research.

Let us know in the poll below and the comments section.

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  1. the research that IS on MyHeritage, which covers all the family members I know of at this time, will just be a matter of passing on access to MyHeritage. but I do HOPE to get a book or BOOKS written on my/our families! IF I get that done before I kick the bucket, so to speak... that would be the ideal thing I would hope to leave the family with. with the tree as back up to that.

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