All 75 Forms Designed by William Dollarhide

We have discussed before the popularity of William Dollarhide’s books. Bill has decades of experience in research. His ideas have helped countless genealogist discover their ancestor in all types of records. Over the years, Dollarhide has learned the value of note taking and keeping activity logs while researching. In fact, he has created dozens of forms to help keep accurate records and document research finding. His forms are no secret he has hidden up for his use only. All his expertly designed forms are available to anyone.

Dollarhide Genealogy Forms Complete Package is a bundle of 75 forms designed by Bill. Each form in the packet is printed on white cardstock and three-hole punched. Never write on the originals, keep them clean and safe in a binder. Use the originals to make scans or prints. Use the copies you make for your research. You will always have the original on hand to make more copies.

The forms are grouped into five main categories, with the complete contents listed below.

 

Census Forms

  • AF0101 – 1790 Federal Census
  • AF0102 – 1800 Federal Census
  • AF0103 – 1810 Federal Census
  • AF0104 – 1820 Federal Census
  • AF0105 – 1830 Federal Census
  • AF0106 – 1840 Federal Census
  • AF0107 – 1850 Federal Census
  • AF0108 – 1860 Federal Census
  • AF0109 – 1870 Federal Census
  • AF0110 – 1880 Federal Census
  • AF0111 – 1900 Federal Census
  • AF0112 – 1910 Federal Census
  • AF0113 – 1920 Federal Census
  • AF0181 – 1930 Federal Census
  • AF0114 – 1890 Veteran’s Schedule
  • AF0115 – 1790-1840 Census Worksheet
  • AF0116 – Census Comparison Sheet
  • AF0117 – 1880 Soundex
  • AF0118 – 1900 Soundex
  • AF0119 – 1910 Soundex/Miracode
  • AF0120 – 1920 Soundex
  • AF0182 – 1930 Soundex
  • AF0121 – 1850 Slave Schedule
  • AF0122 – 1860 Slave Schedule
  • AF0123 – 1850 Mortality Schedule
  • AF0124 – 1860 Mortality Schedule
  • AF0125 – 1870 Mortality Schedule
  • AF0126 – 1880 Mortality Schedule
  • AF0127 – 1790 U.S. Map
  • AF0128 – 1800 U.S. Map
  • AF0129 – 1810 U.S. Map
  • AF0130 – 1820 U.S. Map
  • AF0131 – 1830 U.S. Map
  • AF0132 – 1840 U.S. Map
  • AF0133 – 1850 U.S. Map
  • AF0134 – 1860 U.S. Map
  • AF0135 – 1870-1880 U.S. Map
  • AF0136 – 1890-1920 U.S. Map

Family Group Sheets

  • AF0137 – Family Group Sheet, 12 Children
  • AF0138 – Family Group Sheet, 1st 8 Children
  • AF0139 – Photo Family Group Sheet, 1st 8 Children
  • AF0140 – Family Group Sheet, 9th-12th Child & References
  • AF0141 – Family Group Sheet, 9th-15th Child & References
  • AF0142 – Family Group Sheet, 9th-18th Child & References
  • AF0143 – Family Group Sheet, References

Pedigree Charts

  • AF0144 – Pedigree Chart, 4 Generation, no IDs
  • AF0145 – Pedigree Chart, ID #1-15
  • AF0146 – Pedigree Chart, ID #8-71
  • AF0147 – Pedigree Chart, ID #9-79
  • AF0148 – Pedigree Chart, ID #10-87
  • AF0149 – Pedigree Chart, ID #11-97
  • AF0150 – Pedigree Chart, ID #12-103
  • AF0151 – Pedigree Chart, ID #13-111
  • AF0152 – Pedigree Chart, ID #14-119
  • AF0153 – Pedigree Chart, ID #15-127
  • AF0154 – Photo Pedigree Chart
  • AF0155 – 5-Generation Ahnentafel chart, German style, ID #1-31
  • AF0156 – 5-Generation Ahnentafel chart, German style, no ID #s

Forms from Dollarhide’s Book: Managing A Genealogical Project

  • AF0157 – Reference Family Data Sheet
  • AF0158 – Master Data Sheet
  • AF0159 – Research Log
  • AF0160 – Combined Family Data Sheet, Front
  • AF0161 – Combined Family Data Sheet, Back
  • AF0162 – Correspondence Log
  • AF0163 – Research Journal
  • AF0164 – Ancestor Table
  • AF0165 – Relationship Chart

Miscellaneous

  • AF0166 – Ancestor Table (new)
  • AF0167 – Surname Index, Alpha (new)
  • AF0168 – Surname Index, Numeric (new)
  • AF0169 – Correspondence Log (new)
  • AF0170 – Research Journal (new)
  • AF0171 – Family Data Sheet (new)
  • AF0172 – Genealogy Source Checklist, Page 1
  • AF0173 – Genealogy Source Checklist, Page 2

 

Dollarhide Genealogy Forms Complete Package is available from Family Roots Publishing; Item #:AF0174.

4 thoughts on “All 75 Forms Designed by William Dollarhide”

  1. Hi, Leland
    I REALLY believe that this collection of Dollarhide forms would sell much more easily/ quickly if there was even ONE sample of a form so that potential buyers can see and sense the style and layout and quality of the product. Those readers who are not familiar with his forms — including me! — are not likely to put out $$ for an unvisualized Visual product sample. Is there worry of someone lifting the sample? Screen a big obnoxious diagonal SAMPLE ONLY across the page. Hmm?

  2. I would like to ask why the cost of the book, whatever, is never shown on the first screen (site)? One always has to go to the order form to see the price; it would be nice to just see the price to know whether the offering is in the ballpark.

  3. I had the privilege of meeting Mr. Dollarhide in 1984 I think it was and his forms are defiantly the best I’ve ever come across. I have used them ever since and they are defiantly worth the investment. They are simple and down to earth for beginners as well as cover all vital information for the more advanced.

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