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presenting information

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Hey,

Is there a standard way to present this genealogy information ? perhaps other people keep a separate documents for each of the people along with key dates or events etc?

I am due to the growing number of certificates that I have gained which I feel though now be presented in a way that other could read, learn from and possible add too ?

Thinking blog site etc but just looking for format ideas that more seasoned people might use?

Thanks

Scott
 

jay

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You can register a name with the Guild of One Name Studies and put info on there. You might find others with the same interests as the name may have been registered already. I went on there for one of my names and found another researcher with whom I am in contact. :)

Jay.
 
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