Applying the Genealogical Proof Standard in your research process is a must for every genealogist.
All levels of experience can benefit from a study of the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS).
Whether you are just beginning your genealogy journey or have traveled many miles up your tree, the GPS is a necessary tool to help ensure you are on the correct path to discover your ancestors.
You can learn how to use the GPS in a new course "The Genealogical Proof Standard: A Guide for Your Genealogy Journey" taught by professional genealogist Cheri Hudson Passey.
View the full course information page here.
In The Genealogical Proof Standard-A Guide for Your Genealogy Journey, the 5 Elements of the GPS will be discussed and put into practice. We will talk about what exactly is reasonably...
September is here and it is the unofficial end of summer. As students are heading back to school, it is also time to think about your own genealogy education plan!
Whether you are a beginner who wants to explore family history, understand DNA testing and specific record sets, or an experienced researcher hoping to write your family history, or master using Scrivener writing software, then take advantage of the special back to school sale and save 30% on all classes at Research, Write, Connect through Tuesday, 14 September 2020!
In a series of posts we will introduce the expert instructors of Research, Write, Connect,. Each expert brings knowledge and proven experience in the fields of genealogy or writing along with a passion for teaching others how to research and write about their families.
Cheri Hudson Passey is a Professional Genealogist, Instructor, Writer, and Speaker and the owner of Carolina Girl Genealogy, LLC.
Cheri works as a genealogical researcher, subcontracted by Eagle Investigative Services, Inc., for the US Army Past Conflict Repatriations Branch.
She also enjoys speaking and writing about the many aspects of family history and has spoken at local, and state workshops, organizations, and conferences.
Cheri is a member of the National Genealogical Society, Association of Professional Genealogists, The NextGen Genealogy Network, and many other societies. Her blog, Carolina Girl Genealogy has been instrumental in connecting with and sharing information about her family and the...