Our Surname Tables for DNA Research
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The Fine Art of Family History - Ancestry Blog
Creating a family tree may sound like a project you had to do when you were a kid, but what if you took the people, places, and details of your unique family history and turned them into a work of art? Using your Ancestry® tree, along with our searchable records and your own family artifacts, …
50 Genealogy Tasks You Can Do In 15 Minutes or Less
Occasional Genealogists can often find 15 minutes or less for genealogy. But what do you do in 15 minutes or less? Here's 50 suggestions.
How to Use the Library of Congress Website for Genealogy
Learn how to research your genealogy online at the Library of Congress. Take advantage of the LOC’s innumerable records and resources with just a click.
30 FREE Genealogy Sites to Search - Homeschool Giveaways
Facebook Twitter Pinterest These 30 free genealogy sites can help you search if you have European roots. Do you know where your ancestry is from? I know that my parents are from Puerto Rico, but I also know that the buck doesn’t stop there. We have all probably seen and heard about shows or videosRead More
Tracking Down Naturalization Records
If you have immigrant ancestors, you need to know how to locate naturalization records. Find and analyze these records using our expert tips.
ICD Codes on Death Certificates Can Tell You How Your Ancestors Died
When causes of death are unreadable or confusing you can look up ICD codes to find the cause of death in a clearly written database.
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Tax Records Could Offer Surprisingly Rich Details About Your Ancestors
Taxes have been a burden since the beginning of civilization, but the records left behind are priceless for genealogy research. Here's where to find them.
Irish American Newspapers for Genealogy at GenealogyBank
Irish American immigrants cut loose from the familiar surroundings of home were always hungry for the latest news from the old country, as well as news of
How to Use the Free GRO Index for English Genealogy Research
Looking for birth, marriage or death records from England or Wales in the last 180 years? Then you'll need the free GRO index. Here's how to use it.
Irish ancestry: how to find your townland and ancestral home
Hunting down the exact origin or your Irish ancestry – the ancestral home or townland – can be one of the hardest, but most rewarding, stages of your Irish family history research.