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Deviations: should they be avoided? — 5 Comments

    • Thanks Di, ever since I realised that understanding the context of my ancestors lives was vitally important to their story, my interest in family history became a passion! Deviating is essential and so much fun!

  1. I’m a great fan of rabbit holes or chasing BSO’s if one can spare the time. They give us opportunities to be educated, entertained and enthused – and isn’t that what genealogy is all about.

  2. From Beverley Murray:
    Most definitely Jill. Again, my interest in family history becomes a passion when I research local history, social history, political history, etc. etc. Forgive my ignorance, but what is a BSO please?

    • Hi Bev, BSO are Bright Shiny Objects ie anything that deviates your main object of researching.