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The Golden Rules

I came across this infographic from Got Genealogy? It offers some great reminders and advice to keep in mind when researching your family history. The reality with genealogy is that we may never ha…

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How to Find Your Ancestor’s US Military Records Free eBook

How to Find Your Ancestor’s US Military Records - Family Tree

How to Clean Old Headstones / Gravestones for those go getters in geneology. A great way to have some fun with your family history.

How to Clean an Old Headstone

If you've been to a cemetery to visit a loved one, you probably noticed many stones, especially older ones, in desperate need of repair or at least a good cleaning. There are specific to dos and not to dos when cleaning a headstone. The steps provided here will take you through cleaning a stone.

5 Uncommon Places to Find Your Ancestors’ Missing Parents: Locating the names of parents is one of the most important jobs of any family historian and we all spend a great deal of time looking for records to do jus Free Genealogy Records, Free Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Forms, Genealogy Chart, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Ancestry Records, Genealogy Humor, Find Your Ancestors

5 Uncommon Places to Find Your Ancestors' Missing Parents

Locating the names of parents is one of the most important jobs of any family historian and we all spend a great deal of time looking for records to do just that. But, as we all know, it's not always an easy task. Parents can be surprisingly elusive -- mysteriously missing from key documents. In addition, verifying that we have actually found the correct parents for an ancestor can be an even bigger challenge, especially if our ancestor had a common name.

How to Reveal Hidden Details in Your Old Family Photos

Photo scanning apps do a surprisingly good job of preserving old photos and records on the go. See how these three free options helped us reveal long hidden details in an old family photo. Photo scanning apps do a surprisingly good job of preserving old photos and records on the go. See how three free options helped us reveal long hidden details in an old family photo.

Discover how to being research an ancestor you know little about. Discover how to being research an ancestor you know little about.

Genealogy Tips: How to Research When You Have Little information

Discover how to being research an ancestor you know little about.

Genealogy ♦ sample of old handwriting and translations

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Old Handwriting and Symbols ~ These are a few of the more common abbreviations and symbols found in old documents and letters.

Tips from start to finish for making a family heritage book. Shutterfly has two. - Tips from start to finish for making a family heritage book. Shutterfly has two heritage themes pl -

Tips for Creating a Family Tree, Heritage or Genealogy Photo Book |

**Post updated March 2020**With the passing of a beloved aunt a few months ago, I acquired a box of old family photos that she had stashed away. As I went through them they brought back fond memories of my childhood, and a small amount of horror as I saw a few of my hideous hairdos […]

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Best Genealogy Library Websites in 2016

You can use libraries to research your family history without leaving your home. These libraries have great genealogy search tools right on their websites.

Make a memorial board: use it as a place to honor an ancestor or family member by showcasing what you know about that individual’s life

Why You Should Start Using Pinterest for Genealogy (and How to Do It)

From tracking down useful information, to organizing your research, to sharing it with your family and friends - Pinterest just might be the genealogy research tool you've been missing.

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How to Identify People in Old Photos Using Google Image Search

Among Google's many free tools is their image search platform. It might help you figure out who is in some of your old, unlabeled photos.

Researching without a genealogy research plan is not a good thing. You risk unfocused and incomplete research. You risk not finding your ancestors. Learn to stay off the rabbit trails by creating a genealogy research plan before you began your genealogy r

How to Create Your Genealogy Research Plan (& Why You Should!) | Are You My Cousin?

Genealogy research plans are crucial for a researcher's success. Learn what goes into a great genealogy research plan.

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Look over an expert's shoulder as she uses Ancestry.com to solve common and not-so-common genealogy problems! #genealogy

1 Thing You Should Fix Now On Your Ancestry Family Tree

Whether you realize it or not, you may be doing this one, unhelpful thing on your Ancestry family tree. Here's how to fix it right now!

You Make This Common Mistake When Scanning Your Family Photos? Did You Make This Common Mistake When Scanning Your Family Photos?Did You Make This Common Mistake When Scanning Your Family Photos?

Did You Make This Common Mistake When Scanning Your Family Photos?

Whether you’re scanning your film, printed photos, and documents at home or using a professional scanning company, you will undoubtedly be faced with this perplexing issue—scanning doesn’t actually archive information about your photo.