I posted Where do I Start? and thought I would follow up on that post.
Actually, the report really helped. I stayed focused on that list and did an online search at Ancestry.com. I worked on the first 16 people on my list (males), and actually found 4 records in an Anglican Parish. So, my early guesses were close.
Of interest, one of the results gave me conflicting information. Below is the image in question.
Anglican Parish Registers (Lancashire, England), Lancashire, England, Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials (1573-1812), Burial Record for Edward Worthington, buried 08 May 1629, image 259, accessed 25 Apr 2013; digital images, Ancestry.com.
The conflict is that there are two people, in the Pedigree Chart, Edward Worthington, and the chart said that they died “1629”. So, which Edward Worthington is this record for?
I am guessing that solely looking at Church Records may present miss leading information. Without any indication of relationships or other information, may lead us to incorrect conclusions.
What I did was to enter the SAME record to both people, with a citation, but marked a To Do List task, to resolve this conflict. I also send an email to the project coordinator for additional help, as they have information that I do not have.
Bottom line here, the GenDective report has been very helpful.