This supplemental page is where you, a user of The Memorygrabber life story workbook, can come to get extra files, tips etc to help you with your memories project.
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Photo Books - Create stunning photo books with your family photographs.
Memorygrabber Timeline Sheets (PDF) - Go here to download additional timeline sheets, as used in the Memorygrabber workbook.
Smilebox - A near unending amount of cool ways to have fun with preserving family photos.
For a lengthier list of resources, visit this page.
The beginning steps of any family history project include completing a
family tree (pedigree) chart and several family group sheets.
As a minimum, fill out a family group sheet with...
There are more that could be filled out, but these will get you started!
All of the charts may be printed out and filled in by hand or can be filled
in on your computer by opening any of them up with the free FoxIt PDF
Reader....instead of using the Adobe Reader.
Click Here to get started
with yourself and build a family tree graphically. Additionally
many of these sites offer tools for families to communicate and share
information, stories etc.
Visit the nostalgia and memories page for an ongoing list of the best
websites that will "take you back"!
More cool things will be added to this page soon!
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