52 ancestors in 52 weeks. Disaster. The death of my grandfather was a simple tragedy for most of the world. For my family it was a disaster that fractured our core and left an impact that last to this day.
This week the research tip is about using surname tables. Learn how to make a surname table and how it can be useful in research.
Timelines can be a great tool when doing genealogy research. Making a chronological list of events and records can help break brick walls and organize research.
Vital records are the backbone of genealogy.
Birth, marriage, and death records are the base documents we strive to discover for every research subject when possible.
Each type of document supplies certain details that are of family history importance but often there are details that we might not consider at first glance.
This week’s tip is about death certificates and using the international classification of diseases code to understand illegible or confusing causes of death on death records.
February offers free learning opportunities. Don’t miss this event.
This week the research tip of the week is about using military discharge records in genealogical research. The DD214 is a treasure trove of information.
#52ancestors Week 3 – Long Line This week the 52 ancestors in 52 weeks prompt is Long Line. For my ancestor this […]
Every week I share a tip. This week my tip is about taking time to work on your project.
Original birth certificates for New York adoptees available from the New York Department of Health.
#52 ancestors in 52 weeks. Week 2 – Favorite photo.