Complicated Family Trees for Future Genealogy Researchers To Figure Out!

Hi Everyone!

I received a link to a rather interesting news article to the New York Times from a fellow librarian at our library that shows how family trees of the future, and even of today,  will certainly be more complex to understand than family trees of the past.

It is a fascinating article that shows what individual choices and science and technology can do to make family trees of today and tomorrow a little harder to figure out.

I thought you may want to look at this article that you can reach at:

The Complicated Family Tree from the July 5, 2011 New York Times

Future genealogy researchers will certainly have many more complex issues to piece together in order to get the full understanding of a family tree.

Enjoy the article.

Tony Kierna
Genealogy Coordinator
Schaumburg Township District Library

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One response to “Complicated Family Trees for Future Genealogy Researchers To Figure Out!

  1. I have an out-of-state patron researching the Clark Family of Will and DuPage Counties. You can read the details on our blog at http://fountaindalegenealogy.wordpress.com/2011/07/07/clark-family-descendent-seeks-resources-and-information/

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