Using Lists to Find Proof

Cari Taplin, CG
Sep 18, 2018
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About this webinar

Genealogists examine lists nearly every time we conduct research, whether it be in the form of censuses, tax lists, directories, petitions, and hundreds of others. The Genealogical Proof Standard requires reasonably exhaustive research, analysis and corroboration of evidence. This presentation will demonstrate how lists can be used to meet those standards, and offers methods and tips for  examining lists as a tool for proving the identity of our ancestors.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Cari A. Taplin is related to Roy Rogers. Or at least that’s what her family told her. As a result, finding her true heritage has been her focus since the year 2000. She is a native of Wood County, Ohio but now lives in Longmont, Colorado. Ca
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  1. Legacy Family Tree
    6 years ago

    A lot of useful lists were suggested that I had never thought to use, thanks.

    A great BCG webinar as always!

    A great way to look at lists of all kinds.

    Always enjoy the case studies – makes the content more understandable

    Always love listening to Cari speak.

    Brilliant webinar with some great example to follow up for future family searching.

    Cari did a nice job and had really good examples. Thank you.

    Cari gave an excellent presentation! Started out kind of fast but hit her stride early. Great topic well presented. Many thanks!

    Cari presented many records/lists that I hadn’t considered but will now try to find in relation to my ancestors. It’s amazing what’s out there beyond the basics that I haven’t known about. Each webinar provides such useful information and I always learn so much that they’re all worthwhile listening to.

    Cari presented some good examples of what to look for in lists. Appreciate her real life examples!

    Cari was very organized and prepared. She gave good examples and case scenarios.

    Cari’s presentation was very helpful to me. I so many times forget the tax lists. She is enjoyable to listen to also.

    Case studies always of interest

    Didn’t know how much lists could help…………EXCELLENT IDEAS


    Excellent examples

    Good basic info, clearly presented.

    good insights and examples

    Good webinar with examples.

    Good, practical information. Presented clearly, illustrating her use of lists.

    got a great idea to look for tax list for incomplete 1870 census. Thanks

    Great and very informative presentation. 🙂

    Great case studies and examples.

    Great ideas – I use lists a lot but always good to get more ideas!

    Great ideas on lists, both existing and manual ones you can make on your own.

    Great information! I enjoyed the presentation…lots to think about!

    Great information! Looking forward to more webinars. Thank you!

    Great job… very informative

    Great presentation

    Helped me to know of more lists that can be useful in a search.

    I use lists all the time Thanks

    Interesting Case Studies.

    Interesting case studies.

    Interesting resources!

    Interesting topic and useful information

    Lots of great information in a short time.


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