2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearning 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.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZReading and properly interpreting old handwriting styles can be a challenged for even experienced genealogists. Learn how to read old handwriting like a pro with these 10 tips for reading and interpreting old handwritten records.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn which census records are the first ones you should check for the information you seek on your ancestors. Includes tips and major answers for each U.S. census year, 1790-1930.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZResearch online in these historic newspaper collections from around the world. Most include digital images of the actual newspapers as well as a searchable index.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZFrom organization, to making it interesting, these 10 steps will help you turn your years of genealogical research into a book or story that your whole family will love. Page 2.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZWhen you're looking for a genealogist to research your family tree, should they be licensed? accredited? certified? professional? Learn the distinctions so that you'll know what to expect from your genealogist
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn how to use city directories to help build your family tree, as well as where you can access city directories online for genealogy research.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn how seemingly small clues buried in census records can lead you to new discoveries about your ancestors.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZHandy list of abbreviations and their meanings, gathered from census forms and census taker instructions for the US, Canadian and British censuses.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn what parts of your family tree can and cannot be protected by copyright laws, as well as what types of genealogy information on the Web are in the public domain or available for fair use.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZMore than 100 million Americans have family ties to at least one of the 43 U.S. presidents. Are you one of them? Learn how to research your presidential ancestry or find the clue that connects you to a president's family tree.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZFind famous quotations related to genealogy and family history, including humorous quotes, inspirational quotes and others.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZRead a review of Family Tree Maker 11 and see how it stacks up against its competition in the genealogy software market. By professional genealogist, Kimberly Powell.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn about the different types of marriage records that might be available for your ancestors, as well as what you might learn from them. Page 2.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZNew to researching your family tree? Try this step by step introduction to family tree research and learn more about your ancestors and your roots. Family tree research is easy and fun!
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZTop essential genealogy reference books that both beginner and professional genealogists should have on their bookshelf.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn about the meaning and origin of the last name Soto, where the Soto surname is most common, and famous people named Soto.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZMen facing the loss of a spouse while raising children often remarried quickly. Learn how to find out if your ancestor had more than one wife.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZYes, genealogists can make money for doing what they love. Learn how to start your own genealogy business with these simple steps.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZOver 10 million digitized historic American newspaper pages are available online through Chronicling America. Learn how to used advanced search features and other tips to make the most of this free research website.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZHaunted cemeteries in the United States and around the world. Discover haunted gravestones, ghostly spirits, and ominous precursors of doom in some of the world's most haunted cemeteries and graveyards.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn the meaning of the Cook surname and where it comes from, along with info on where the name is most prevalent, and links to Cook genealogy.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLearn how to locate ancestors in the Canadian census, a valuable source for information on individuals who lived in Canada since 1666.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZThe great grandparents of Gerald Ford include Obama and Nyaoke from Kenya, Africa, and Ralph Waldo Emerson Dunham, Ruth Lucille Armour, Rolla Charles Payne and Leona McCurry from Kansas. Learn more about the family tree of U.S. Senator Barack Obama.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZSee the Kennedy family tree, with the children and grandchildren of Joseph Patrick Kennedy and Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald, including vital statistics.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZPlot your ancestors locations and travels on a map and experience a new way of looking at your family history. Google Maps and other free tools make this a fun, easy project for any genealogist.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZAncestry and biographical information on civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., including branches in his family tree.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZWant to dig into your family history but aren't sure where to begin? These 5 steps will start you on a fascinating journey into your genealogy.
2016-10-23T11:04:20ZLooking for the best place to share your family tree online? Check out these 8 options for publishing your family tree research, photos and stories.