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Commonly used genealogy words translated into 14 languages - please pardon any errors and note them in the comments so they can be updated/corrected.
Kimi McCall saved to Family history
An article about researching the professions of the passengers who arrived onboard the Mayflower in 1620, using historical newspapers.
Joanne McClary saved to Ancestry family tree
We’ve mentioned this before, but it’s worth a repeat for those who might not have seen it and for those who need a reminder. Charting out inconsistent information can help you to notice…
Tanya Smith saved to Family tree chart
Are you looking for Naturalization records for an ancestor? Those records can provide so many clues and so much information on an ancestor - such as place of birth, name of ship they arrived on, date of birth and more. That's where my NaturalizationRecords.com website can help you! Naturalization Certificate for Robert Taylor I spent all of last week updating and adding links to online Naturalization records, Passport records and Oaths of Allegiance for USA and Canada. I also added a section…
Peggy Foxworthy saved to Genealogy
Family tree abbreviations are shortened versions of words or phrases, and can be easier to use, especially on a family tree when space can be limited. You are sure to find many family tree abbreviations in transcripts of parish registers, census returns, other transcripts, indexes and genealogy books as you conduct family history research. These
Pam Gretzinger saved to Geneaolgy
Dig deeper in your research to find hidden gems at these four free and underused genealogy websites.
Family Tree Magazine saved to Genealogy Research
This is a popular question in genealogy, but should you ask it or will you like the answer? #genealogy
Many years ago when I was first starting to research my family, I visited the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah. I had some specific questions about some of my ancestors and was working from a handout called a Genealogical Checklist. It looked something like this: This particular version of the checklist came from the Capital Area Genealogical Society in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. There are dozens of variations of this form. I have a different paper copy of the form sitting on my…
Cindy Taylor saved to Genealogy
Do you like to search for genealogy records for your ancestors for Free? Duh. I have about 40 websites that I frequently use. Some have digitized records in their collections. Some have links to collections that can be searched or browsed. Some include transcribed records. And some have useful genealogical educational information. All of the
Jacqueline McCoury saved to Genealogy websites