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Before you begin building your family tree, you may want to take some time to gather all the 'evidence' you may have available. For a family tree, evidence is the supporting documentation such as birth or death certificates, marriage licenses, census records, court records, or military papers. These are the documents that establish a relationship between two or more individuals. The more evidence you have, the better your family tree will be for you and your descendents.

The biggest benefit to starting your family tree with is the opportunity it will provide for you to take advantage of the family tree work of others. After putting in a few generations, you might discover that someone else has already submitted one or more line of your ancestry. This is even more common the further back you go. Any supporting evidence attached to their lines automatically comes in to your tree when the trees are merged together at a common ancestor. This way, you can have confidence that the incoming family tree information is pretty close. If you still want to check out the information for yourself, you are more than welcome to submit your version of an individual's personal information and we'll keep them both.

To start building your family tree with us, all you need to do is sign up for your free 7-day trial.

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