following up leads #general


Sara Lynns
 

What I've learned >from doing family research is
that you never know where a lead might take you.

If, for example, you're searching SHMULAVETSKI (making up a name)
and someone responds with SHMULAVETSKI (or spelling variation)lead
follow through.

You don't know what you don't know if you decide, however,
that the lead will lead nowhere then it won't.

I've had my share of frustration in doing family research
for many reasons; but I've not given up.

Creating a wall where there isn't one is not good for
those of doing family research.

Keep your doors open maintain a positive attitude.

Jackie Lerner-Aderman

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