Free Genealogy Forms from Family Tree Magazine
Family Tree Magazine has created these free genealogy forms to you track and organize your family history information.
The 1890 Census - How To Research the "Genealogy Black Hole" Part 1 | Are You My Cousin?
23 Non-Genealogy Websites Genealogists Should Use
Reap the rewards of expanding your online family history research to these 23 not-just-for-genealogy websites.
5 Free Genealogy Sites for England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland
Researching ancestors from England, Scotland, Wales or Ireland? Here's a list of free genealogy sites for the UK and Ireland where you can find everything from census returns and military service records to birth, marriage and death indexes.
10 Places to Find the Free Genealogy Printables You Need
Looking for free printables to aid in your genealogy research? The right chart, form, template or worksheet can do wonders for any family historian hoping to get organized or trying to break down a frustrating brick wall. Here are 10 places you'll find them for free. Looking for free printables to aid in your genealogy research? The right chart, form, template or worksheet can do wonders for any family historian hoping to get organized or trying to break down a frustrating brick wall. Here…
How a Family Group Sheet Can Help You Find Your Ancestors
If you're not sure what a family group sheet is, or you've never gotten around to using one in your genealogy research, you're not alone. While the concept of a family group sheet is about as basic as it gets, not every family historian out there has had the chance to embrace this clever method of research and organization. If you're not sure what a family group sheet is, or you've never gotten around to using one in your genealogy research, you're not alone. This guide will help you…
Genealogy, Free or Fee: Checklist for Ancestor Resources
It turns out that some of the most valuable resources for researching family history are already in our possession or in the hands of family! For which I'm thankful. During my nine years of blogging, I've told stories of using all sorts of everyday records and artifacts to identify ancestors, understand relationships, locate cousins, and fill out my family tree with more than just names and dates. Here's a checklist to use as a starting point for thinking creatively about resources you or…
7 Little-Used Tricks for Finding That Missing Maiden Name | Family History Daily
If you're completely stuck trying to find the maiden name of one, or many, of your female ancestors you're not alone. Here are some tricks to help.
The Secret Hiding on the 1840 U.S. Census
[Note: My Kith N Kin is moving! Though this site will remain open, new genealogy techniques, articles, and more will now be posted to The Genealogy Reporter. Come on over and subscribe!] As an avid genealogist, you likely know the first U.S. census to include the names of all the persons in a household was 1850. Before that, the federal census only named the head-of-household, and the other members of the family were simply a tic mark in the appropriate age and gender columns. Hidden Secret…
If your family came from the UK you hit the mother load!
Continuing the se ries of Genealogy for beginners, lets look at census records from the UK Census records in the UK are one of the key records you will…
The Best Genealogy Apps To Keep You Organized | Are You My Cousin?
A collection of the best genealogy apps for staying organized while finding your ancestors. Make researching on the go easier with these free apps.