Frame Recipes – The Perfect Way to Display Mom or Grandma’s Recipes
To frame recipes that belonged to your mom or grandma is such a beautiful way to display them in your kitchen. It's very easy to turn them into keepsakes!
Have European Ancestry? Here are 30 Free Genealogy Sites to Search | Family History Daily
If you have European ancestry, one of the greatest challenges can be locating quality genealogy databases that are affordable. Here are 30 free options.
Using Castle Garden Immigration Records for Genealogy
When Annie Moore and her two Irish brothers became the first immigrants to pass through Ellis Island in 1892 they quickly made their way into the history
Tracing Your Ancestors from 1066 to 1837: A Guide for Family Historians
Description Customer Review Description Media: BOOK - paperback, 160 pages Author: J. Oates Year: 2012 ISBN: 9781848846098 Other: b&w photos, appendixes, bibliog, index Publisher: Pen & Sword The trail that an ancestor leaves through the Victorian period and the twentieth century is relatively easy to follow - the records are plentiful, accessible and commonly used. But how do you go back further, into the centuries before the central registration of births, marriages and deaths was…
How to use Pinterest for Genealogy
Have you ever considered using Pinterest for your Genealogy and family history research? I started using Pinterest for my family's genealogy and I love it! It's a great way to organize the family photographs and documents found around the internet. Plus, as an added bonus, the link to the document and family photo is provided and you can easily share with family! There's no need to save old family photos to your computer (and forgetting the source). And there is no more taking other people's…
How to Find Ancestry's Hidden Browse-Only Records
Many people are unaware of the fact that not all of Ancestry's records show up in search. Ignoring these browse-only collections is a huge mistake, however, since they could contain valuable information about your ancestors.
How to Create Beautiful Family Tree Charts on MyHeritage and Ancestry
Creating family tree charts is a wonderful way to share your genealogy research with family, or display it in your home. Both Ancestry and MyHeritage make the job easy.
9 Free Military and War Related Genealogy Record Collections
Most family historians have ancestors who served their country during a time of war or peace. Others may have ancestors who were not members of the
Thousands of 1890 Census Records DO Still Exist: Here's How to Find Them for Free | Family History Daily
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
Genealogy Tips: How to Research When You Have Little information
Follow this genealogy research plan in your family history research to find ancestors with few facts when you start.
What Is A Grandparent’s Journal — Joyce A Russell | Living Tips | After Sixty
A grandparent’s journal is written for the express purpose of revealing your early life to your grandchildren or even your children. Remember when you were younger, and it felt as if the people you loved would always be there? You believed you would have all the time in the world to do all the thin
6 Search Strategies You Can Use Right Now to Find "Difficult" Ancestors
There are few things more frustrating or discouraging in genealogy than spending weeks or even years looking for a detail about an ancestor and coming up with nothing. And while it is certainly possible that what you are looking for simply does not exist, it's also possible that a few changes to the way you search may turn up surprising results.
Back to Genealogy Basics - The 1800 Census Records | Are You My Cousin?
Today we are going to talk about the 1800 census records. Come join the discussion!
Make Your Genealogy Skills Go Pro
Do you wonder what's the difference between your genealogy skills and a professionals? Is it just a matter of taking a few courses? If you put in enough hours will you, too, be a pro?