Many of those new to genealogical research face a number of stumbling blocks in their research, including the uses of "Senior" and "Junior," terms of relationship that had different meanings in centuries past than they do today, variations in given names and surnames, problems in evaluating the reliability of information from genealogical books and web sites, and unfamiliarity with seldom-used contemporary records. I have begun a series of articles addressing these matters under the whimsical title "It Is A Puzzlement" (subtitled "Suggestions for Amateur Genealogists: Genealogical Conundrums, Evading Pitfalls, and Seldom-Used Sources"). You may wish to check that page occasionally, as I will be adding new articles from time to time.
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