24 April 2014

Thomas W Jones, CG, FASG, author of Mastering Genealogical Proof guest on Fieldstone Common

Last week, Marian Pierre-Louis interviewed Thomas W Jones, CG, FASG, on her internet radio show Fieldstone Common about his book Mastering Genealogical Proof.

Besides a link to the podcast (look below all the various social media share buttons), the webpage associated with the interview gives a biography of Thomas, gives a summary and publication information for the book, a summary of the interview and links mentioned during the interview, and additional information.

It’s a nice way to hear the author talk about this book as he shares some insights into “how to formulate questions, the process of analysis and correlation and what to do when there are evidence conflicts. He even discusses how to approach citations so they are not so scary!

For more information about the book and how to order this book, visit this NGS publications webpage.

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