Simply using timelines will make a difference in your research!

Dr. Shelley Viola Murphy
Apr 8, 2022
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Welcome
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Benefits
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Building the Timeline
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Gaps and Next Steps
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Recap
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Announcements / prizes
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Questions / answers
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About this webinar

This session will walk attendees through the steps of using a timeline and building a research plan at the same time.

About the speaker

About the speaker

For some, the words “So What?” seem like a curt reply to a simple question. For Shelley Murphy, however, they are the driving force behind her genealogy research and her high-energy presentations. Known affectionately as “familytreegirl”. M
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    Lorraine Forster
    1 month ago

    I enjoyed Dr. Shelley Viola Murphy’s webinar. She is so friendly and it comes across listening to her. I felt like we were sharing a cup of tea and talking about genealogy. Also she is very easy to understand and speaks so clearly. I frequently cannot understand when some others are talking or miss some of their words. I will keep my eyes open for more of her webinars.

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    Renee Cue
    1 month ago

    This is one of the best, concise webinars I have watched (and I watch a lot). Even as an advanced researcher, I recommend EVERYONE watch this one to learn, to review, to remind!!!

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    Celia Lewis
    1 month ago

    Excellent and easy-to-use timeline format! Very helpful – I’ve used a variation for some years, and I will need to modify mine to include another column!! Much appreciated.

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    Shelley Dewese
    1 month ago

    When I reach that brick wall, I must resort to doing timelines. It always pays off with my journey.

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    Maureen MacDonald
    1 month ago

    Most of the time when you go looking for ‘timelines’ forms, you will see a line with the years noted and big events noted, wars, census, royalty, etc. What se just explained is more of a chronology, it allow the placement of all types of events for the family, the community, state and the world. It shows the ‘gaps’ and tells the story. I always include the whole family’s BDM as they can often explain what I call the ‘temperature’ of the family and their movements.

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    Paul Bing
    1 month ago

    +5+5 WOW Gotta try this

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    Merridee Pavlenko
    1 month ago

    i have never used a time line, but think i should, i’ve been doing research since 1970 and have 8- 3 ring binders full of names, dates, places etc, but still need info on several of the names in the books.

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    Louise Hinzmann
    1 month ago

    Love Timelines .Did one for my dads 80th birthday. Did one with what is happing in the world & what was happing in his life. It helped me see him in a new light.

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