2017-02-27T11:03:05ZOfficial civil recording of births, deaths and marriages in France began in 1792. Best of all, a good number of them are available for research online. Learn how and where to locate the birth, marriage and death records of your French ancestors with this handy guide.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZDiscover the origins of the Bush surname, plus possible meanings of the common last name. Includes links to databases and resources related to the last name Bush.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZLearn the origin and meanings of the last name Schulz and variations such as Schultz, and links to genealogy and family trees for the Schulz surname.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZThe FamilySearch website offers FREE access to millions of digitized historical records. Some are easy to find, but others are hidden where you might not expect them. Learn how to really dig into the FamilySearch website to find new records you might otherwise have missed!
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2017-02-27T11:03:05ZDiscover the meaning and origins of the common Spanish surname Colon, plus information on famous individuals with the Colon last name, and links to research sources for Colon genealogy.
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2017-02-27T11:03:05ZAmerica's 38th president, Gerald Rudolph Ford, was actually born Leslie Lynch King, meaning that his ancestors were Kings, not Fords. Learn more about the ancestry of the former U.S. president in this genealogy and family tree of Gerald Ford.
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2017-02-27T11:03:05ZResearch German ancestry online in this collection of German genealogy databases and records, including vital, census, military and church records.
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2017-02-27T11:03:05ZImportant pieces of a family's history are found only in the memories of the living relatives. Help preserve those precious family memories for posterity by creating a personalized memory book or journal for your relative to complete.
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2017-02-27T11:03:05ZLearn how German surnames originated, the different types of German last names, and the meanings and origins of the 50 most common German surnames.
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2017-02-27T11:03:05ZAmerican immigration immediately brings to mind Ellis Island, the nation's largest federal immigration station. But not all immigrants to America came through Ellis Island - not even those who immigrated to New York. Learn about the many popular American ports of entry and how to research those records
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZExplore some of the best, free Jewish genealogy resources and databases available online for genealogists and historians researching Jewish ancestors.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZEasy to understand guide to DNA and genealogy includes an introduction to the differences between Y-line and mtDNA testing, a guide to home DNA genetics tests, and tips for organizing a DNA surname study.
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2017-02-27T11:03:05Z100 most common US surnames from the 2000 census, with information on population statistics, plus the meaning and origin for each common us surname.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZDo you have ancestors that you just can't find in an online database when you know they must be there? Before you assume they were just missed somehow, try these tips for locating stubborn ancestors in a variety of online databases.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZChanges to the public Social Security Death Master File, or Social Security Death Index, enacted in 2011, and again in 2014, have removed access to numerous social security numbers that were previously included, and also resulted in a 40% annual decrease in posted death records. Learn why!
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZUse this checklist to determine which DNA testing company to use to learn about your family history and ethnic heritage.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZLearn how to locate ancestors in the British census, a valuable source for information on individuals who lived in England or Wales after 1841.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZExplore the mid-west U.S. ancestors of late night TV legend and comedian, Johnny Carson, in this extensive family tree and genealogy.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZOne interesting way to document your family history search and share it with others is to create a family history blog. Learn how to use blogs, short for web logs, as an easy way to get your family history and genealogy photos online.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZUncover the meaning of your Polish last name with this overview of the origins of Polish surnames, along with meanings for fifty of the most common last names of Poland.
2017-02-27T11:03:05ZLearning to recognize commonly confused letters in old handwriting transcriptions can help you to come up with alternate name spellings for your ancestors. These particular letters and combinations can trip up even seasoned genealogists.