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Learn how to create a unique and meaningful Genealogy Fan Chart with this great step-by-step tutorial.

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 and How to Use Pinterest for Genealogy Research

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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Obituaries are great in genealogy research, but finding them for women can be difficult, especially when searching in digitized newspapers. Here are 5 tips for finding obituaries for the females in your family tree.

5 Tips for Finding Women’s Obituaries

It can be difficult to find obituaries for females. Here are 5 tips to help you find more of them.

5 free genealogy websites for family history and ancestry research. Great for… 5 free genealogy websites for family history and ancestry research.

Are you seeing all the cousin matches you could with your DNA results? Try makin… Are you seeing all the cousin matches you could with your DNA results? Try making a surname table and quickly catch all of those autosomal relatives, Genealogy Websites, Genealogy Forms, Genealogy Chart, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Humor, Free Genealogy Records, Family Tree Research, Family Tree Chart
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Creating Surname Tables for DNA Research

Are you recognizing all of your DNA cousin matches? Try making a surname table and quickly catch all of those autosomal relatives,

3 Clues for Discovering Military Service Military records are wonderful for genealogy research. Here are 3 clues you might be missing that can show your ancestor's military service.

3 Clues for Discovering Military Service

Military records are wonderful for genealogy. Here are 3 clues you might be missing that can show your ancestor's military service.

After you find your Civil War ancestor, learn even more with five of my favorite digging deeper steps. I think you'll be amazed at what you can learn.

5 Things to Do After You Find Your Civil War Soldier -

Have You Found Your Civil War Soldier? If you haven’t already tracked down your ancestor who served in the Civil[...]

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10 Free Genealogy Sites: A Handy Infographic | Family History Daily

There are many free genealogy sites available on the web. Here is a handy reference of 10 of the largest and most useful free family history resources.

What cousin are they? -How to understand family relationships - Root To Branches - - Understanding cousin relationships can be tough. cousin once removed? What does removed even mean? Join me while we break down the cousin relationship.

What cousin are they? -How to understand family relationships - Root To Branches

Understanding cousin relationships can be tough. 1st cousin once removed? What does removed even mean? Join me while we break down the cousin relationship.

One of our expert Genealogists shares genealogy tips on researching your Scottish ancestry and Family History Genealogy Websites, Genealogy Chart, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Forms, Genealogy Humor, Free Ancestry Sites, Family Tree Research, Genealogy Organization
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ScotlandsPeople: Genealogy Research Tips from a Scot | Legacy Tree

If you have Scottish ancestry, primary records are available on the site ScotlandsPeople. One of our genealogists shares how to find the info you need!

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How to Research Orphaned and Adopted Children in Your Genealogy

Legal adoption wasn’t common until the past century or so. Here are five historical scenarios you can use to research your orphaned and adopted 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.

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This lovely thistle with a twist of leaves scrolling around the flower and open work on the thistle itself makes a lovely brooch for a kilt, sweater or coat. Polished pewter. 4" x 1" in size. Kilt pins are NOT just for kilts! This pin is made with an extra strong pin to handle thicker fabrics - making it the perfect pin for coats, jackets, skirts, hats or anywhere else a pin would look beautiful. It is a great pin for a ladies cape or ruana wrap! How and why do I wear a kilt pin? Ever since…

Yes, you still can use your DNA matches even if there’s no tree or genealogy information attached. Here are six ways to make no-tree matches work for you.

6 Things to Do When Your DNA Match Doesn’t Have a Tree

Yes, you still can use your DNA matches even if there's no tree or genealogy information attached. Here are six ways to make no-tree matches work for you.

Genealogy stuff I wish I'd known earlier. This post looks at the 10 family history research lessons I wish Id learned much sooner.

10 Genealogy Research Tips I Wish I'd Known at the Start

10 genealogy research tips I wish I'd known at the start looks at mistakes made and how to avoid them when starting your family tree.