21 June 2013

Mastering Genealogical Proof with Thomas W. Jones on The Forget-Me-Not Hour radio show

Host Jane E. Wilcox welcomed Dr. Thomas W. Jones, author of the recently released book Mastering Genealogical Proof, on Wednesday, June 19. Tom discussed what genealogical proof is and why we need it. He explained how the book can help all genealogists -- from novices to professionals – in their quest to correctly identify their ancestors. Find the show on demand at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/janeewilcox/2013/06/20/mastering-genealogical-proof-with-thomas-w-jones.

Find the book at the National Genealogical Society online store at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org/cs/mastering_genealogical_proof.

Thomas W. Jones has been the co-editor of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly since 2002. He is past APG board member, BCG trustee, and president and teaches at BU, IGHR, and SLIG. With over forty years of research and teaching experience, he frequently lectures, teaches, and writes about genealogical methodology.

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