How to Determine the Age of a Photograph | LoveToKnow
If you have a box of unlabeled photographs in your basement or attic, you aren't alone. Most families pass down photos that aren't labeled, and it takes a ...
How To Research Your Poor Ancestors | Are You My Cousin?
Were your ancestors poor? To research and find poor ancestors, seek out records created for the care of the community's poor.
3 Tips for Saving Photos Stuck to Glass
What should you do when an old photo has become stuck to the glass in its frame? Follow these three best practices to salvage your precious family pictures.
I’m Up a Tree…the Family Tree!
I wanted to include a Family Tree in my Heritage Album but really didn't like any of the commercial designs. I ended up creating this one on my computer. It works nicely because it clearly shows my family lineage and highlights my immediate family line. I really like the photo border with cross reference numbers…
Do You Use School Records in Your Genealogy Research? | Are You My Cousin?
School records are often an overlooked resource used in genealogical research. Yet, the records a community keeps on its students and the records generated by individual students provide a wealth of information on your ancestor's family.
Digitizing Family Photos and Records: What's the Best Format to Use?
From official documents and family snapshots to handwritten letters and more, incorporating scanned photos and documents into your genealogy research can be rewarding. However, the process of digitizing them can often be difficult.
Ancestor Quotes For Scrapbooking. QuotesGram
Discover and share Ancestor Quotes For Scrapbooking. Explore our collection of motivational and famous quotes by authors you know and love.
The In-Depth Genealogist
Authors Elayne and Stephen Denker have published several family history books. They learned from each experience and decided to share what has and hasn’t
Pennsylvania Line: A Research Guide to Pennsylvania Genealogy and Local History
Pennsylvania Line: A Research Guide to Pennsylvania Genealogy and Local History [William L. Iscrupe, Shirley G.M. Iscrupe] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Pennsylvania Line: A Research Guide to Pennsylvania Genealogy and Local History
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…
Quick Tech Tips from Photo Restoration Pros for Bringing Damaged, Dusty Family Photos Back to Life - Save Family Photos
Every family has some. They may be dusty or damaged by water; they may look worn or well-loved. They’re diamonds in the rough! Whether you’ve got two or two dozen, there’s nothing quite as alluring as old family photos that need some serious TLC. It’s like discovering an antique that needs some sanding, polishing and refinishing to look …