We’ve been building a “Family Land Sheet” in order to collect and analyze information from a lifetime of land transactions for an ancestor. I wanted a form that would be similar to a Family Group Sheet so that I can be certain that I’ve collected all of the clues from each transaction that same way that a Group Sheet collects clues from the children.
This time, I want to show you 4 different ways to use color within your FLS to help you analyze the information that you have collected and to see patterns at a glance.
I had originally planned to do one video covering adding color, comments and citations, but I want to keep these videos short, so the new plan is to make 2 shorter videos to cover all three concepts. I hope you enjoy it and find it helpful in your research!