After years of trying to do family history research and learning from experience, we now have an 8-year-old granddaughter, Kelsi Hall, who already has a ready knowledge of filling in pedigree sheets.

In an assignment from a school reading class, she was to fill in a pedigree sheet for four generations. She began the task, hardly knowing what pedigree meant.She filled out as much as she could, and when her mother started checking the spelling, she noticed that Kelsi had written under born: yes; under died: no, relating to her grandparents.