Often in our research, we have no direct evidence on our ancestors; the key to solving these difficult genealogical puzzles can be to thoroughly trace siblings and even their descendants. Sibling research can help us locate people who have moved, identify where they came from, and prove lineage or ties to parents and grandparents. This class will: • Help you develop a research plan to for researching siblings. • Describe the types of questions sibling research can address. • Introduce methods of proving a relationship when no direct evidence exists. • Provide case studies of successful approaches to sibling research.