10 Free Genealogy Sites: A Handy Infographic | Family History Daily
There are many free genealogy sites available on the web. Here is a handy reference of 10 of the largest and most useful free family history resources.
How to Find Your Ancestor’s US Military Records Free eBook
This free ebook has been curated to provide you with genealogy research methods for finding your ancestors’ military service records.
Elegant Dining Room: How to Add a Chevron Board and Batten Wall | Mackinaw Road
Learn how to add elegance to your dining room with a fairly inexpensive chevron board and batten wall! We will take you step-by-step through the process.
Using the 1890 Civil War Veterans Census
The 1890 Civil War Veterans Census is a "must" when researching your Civil War ancestor. Learn about which schedules exist and where to find them.
Not All of the 1890 Census Was Lost
Many family historians are fully aware of the fact that the 1890 census, which contained more than 60 million individuals, was destroyed in the early 20th
Quit Attaching Records to Your Family Tree and Start Doing This Instead
The ever-increasing availability of places to store and share family trees has many benefits (and a few downsides) but it has also created one major problem for researchers - access to attached records.
Free Genealogy Forms and Charts
Family Charts and Trees Five-Generation Ancestor Chart by Family Tree Magazine Step-Family Tree by Family Tree Magazine Sibling Tree by Wakefield Family History Sharing 8-Generation Fan Pedigree Ch…
My Most Asked for Interior Paint Colors - Cribbs Style
I'm spilling all my secrets on my favorite most asked about interior paint colors. I'm also sharing some tips you won't want to miss.
Genealogy Blog - Trace.com
By Sophie Boudarel Original text written in French Marginal annotations are, as we saw in my last post, a precious element of French deeds. Although they are useful in descending genealogy, they may contain traps that must be skipped. All our ancestors did not die at age 50, and we may find exceptionally marginal…
Workhouse Records - A Source Every Genealogist Will Want To Use
Have you lost some ancestors from your genealogy? Were they in their village or town one moment and then the next they seemed to have disappeared from your family history? If they were working class ancestors then one of the first place you should look is the workhouse. The poor law after 1835 was harsh and there was often no alternative to the workhouse.
TruthFinder's Free Family Tree Maker
Learn how to build a family tree with this one-of-a-kind family tree generator. Just enter your own name, and TruthFinder can predict who you're related to! Try it free today! #familytree #genealogy #familytreeresearch
Tips for Identifying People In Old Family Photos | Are You My Cousin?
Identifying old family photographs does not have to be impossible! Tips to identify your ancestors and discover your family history in old family photos.
The 1890 Census - How To Research the "Genealogy Black Hole" Part 1 | Are You My Cousin?
Ancestry.com's "Location Traps" Are Causing Researchers to Miss Important Records
While just about all of us have used Ancestry.com at some point, very few have really uncovered everything they can from Ancestry's massive databases. With so many records and resources it is incredibly easy for vital records to get buried.