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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 sites from www.FamilyHistoryDaily.com.

10 Free Genealogy Sites: A Handy Infographic

10 Free Genealogy Sites Please note: StoryWorth ( on the graphic below) is only free for the first month. It's included because it is such a unique…

How to Find Your Ancestors Who Passed Through Ellis Island.

How to Find Ancestors Who Came to the U.S. Through Ellis Island

You can easily use the free Ellis Island online search to find out more about your immigrant ancestors who came through there.

Search for your ancestors on 100+ free state research sites.

Absolutely Free Genealogy Research Sites for Every Single U.S. State

These 18 genealogy lifehacks will save you time and money researching your family tree! | FamilyTreeMagazine.com

18 Genealogy Hacks That Will Save You Time And Money

Organizing Your Genealogy from the Start - Guest post by Lisa Lisson | goodlifeorganizing.net

Organizing Your Genealogy From the Start

Organize your genealogy from the very beginning. Guest post from Genealogist Lisa Lisson. Professional Organizing Andi Willis of Good Life Organizing.

50 Free Genealogy Sites to Search Today

50 Free Genealogy Sites to Search Today

Looking for a list of free genealogy sites to search? Here are 50 no-cost family history resources where you will find birth, marriage and death records, o

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ICD Codes on Death Certificates Can Tell You How Your Ancestors Died

When causes of death are unreadable or confusing you can look up the ICD code and find the cause of death in a clearly written database.

How can we use these pre-1850 census records to research our female ancestors?

How To Use The Pre-1850 Census to Find Your Female Ancestors

Googling Your Genealogy

Useful Ideas when Using Google

Learn how to start your family tree with this bundle. You will learn how to begin, where to look for information, and what to do with your research.

7 Places to Find Photographs of Your Ancestors - by Lisa Lisson, Genealogist & Family Historian

Need help locating family photos? Try these 7 great places to find photographs of your ancestors and fill in the gaps of your family tree!

Maps can show more than just roads. Learn about 5 different types of maps that can help you with your genealogy research.

5 Types of Maps Every Genealogist Should Know

Boundary, landowner/cadastral, topographic, transportation, & insurance maps - 5 different types of maps that can help you with your genealogy research.

12 Golden Rules of Genealogy - Organize Your Family History via GotGenealogy.com‘s

Understand your Family history and few important thinks about how to use family history to build your visual family tree.

How to Determine the Date of an Old Family Photograph

How To Determine the Date of an Old Family Photograph

Do you have old family photographs in your possession that you know nothing about? Are you wondering who the individual are and where they fit on your family tree? Determining the identity of your unknown photographs can be daunting, but it is possible.