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.
#52ancestors Week 3 – Long Line This week the 52 ancestors in 52 weeks prompt is Long Line. For my ancestor this […]
A gunsmith, soldier, photographer, attorney, and a skunk farmer – it sounds like the start of a joke where the next line should be they walked into the bar. Interestingly enough those are all job titles held at various times by Daniel E. Adams.
Counting cousins made easy
Quick tips to help the beginner researcher get started.
My daughter has recently started her foray into blogging. She is a wife and college student with 3 children of her own […]
Nine generations of a single family line. An amazing jackpot of family history treasure. Here are my tips for how to start a photo sharing network.
The shocking story of the Hicks Community Clinic in McCaysville, Georgia and the hundreds of babies who who passed through the back door in black market adoptions and their quest for answers.
4 Brilliant Ancestry Hacks You Need To Know. Get the most out of your research budget by utilizing cash back and special sales with these helpful hacks.