Presentation “Applying the Principle of 3 to Genealogy Research”

Applying the Principle of 3 to Genealogy Research

Join us February 27, 2022 for Jean Wilcox Hibben's presentation "Applying the Principle of 3 to Genealogy Research". The presentation will be uploaded to our website at 2:00 PM CDT. If you are a member of Las Villas del Norte just log in on that day and time to view the presentation. Not a member yet? You can join here: https://lasvillasdelnorte.com/become-a-member/

More About Jean Wilcox Hibben

Jean Wilcox Hibben

Jean Wilcox Hibben is a National speaker/author. A Member: NGS, APG, DAR. Retired speech professor with Doctorate in Folklore; Masters in Speech and has a DBA as Circlemending.org. She is also a columnist “Aunty Jeff,” Jefferson County, NY Gen. Soc. bi-monthly publication. President of the Corona Genealogical Society and Past-president: So. Cal. Chapter, APG. She is also a former director of Corona, CA FHC.

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Title: Applying the Principle of 3 to Genealogy Research

Summary: Things seem to happen in groups of 3. Whether the 3 brothers are in a fairy tale or a family story, we like that number. Similarly, when 2 pieces of evidence are contradictory, a third piece may help break the tie. Good research requires more than one item of documentation.

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