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.
Original birth certificates for New York adoptees available from the New York Department of Health.
Tip Tuesday! Take time to digitize your photographs. I’ll explain why this is important and you need to do it today.
There are a lot of free courses on the Internet that claim to teach people how to research their family history. Here is my review of one of the more popular free genealogy courses online.
I love free opportunities. These are two great free learning resources I am taking advantage of today.
Each Tuesday I provide a new helpful tip on becoming a better genealogical researcher.
DNA is an exciting tool with fascinating new capabilities everyday. It is important to understand the limitations and benefits of this exciting frontier of genetic genealogy.
A free webinar by Judy G. Russell, JD, CG, CGL on familytreewebinars.com about the delicate balance of maintaining privacy while sharing family history information
I love free webinars. They are a great way to pick up new tips and tricks for better genealogical researching. Female ancestors […]