NaBloPoMo – February 2012 – Relative! – Day 6

All those genealogical loose end drive me potty! How do we keep track of them all? 
I have a note book, which is much out of date. I also have a sort of a mind-map set out my individuals. I also have my regular note books which focus on various snippets of information which are jotted down as I think of them, or perhaps when I am reading. 
One this morning was PIM family to Russia – Paper mill – check file. I wrote this in my journal, but then I have done that before! I was reminded of the details from an article I read. There is nothing new here with the information, but a renewal of the thought process that I need to research this line further. Each time you retrace your genealogical steps, either literally or through a paper trail, another thought occurs and is added to the list.
On looking at the data that I have already – here is the details in bullet point format.
  1. Pim, Elstone and Warren links to paper making – Sussex & Hampshire
  2. These three family names also have links to Devon & Paper making – are these the same families?
  3. Pim line to Russia  – establishing a paper mill
  4. Elstone line to Canada 1854 – paper mill business
  5. Warren line to Australia – circa 1850
  6. Basic details of the specific businesses & paper mills
  7. Is there a link to the Pim MP?
All these are  lines of research about relatives, not matter how distant or long ago. All these questions………but how many answers?

About Julie Goucher

Genealogist, Author, Presenter, native Guildfordian, avid note taker and journal writer. Lover of Books, Stationary & History; Surnames, European Ancestors, Butcher & Orlando One-Name Studies, Pharos Tutor for all One-Name Studies and surname courses.
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