Online Death Indexes from all States | FamilyTree.com
The use of death indexes and records can be very useful when compiling your family history.
5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Save Your Family Heirlooms - The Family Curator
Did you inherit the family treasures? These five tips will help you be your own family archivist and preserve your family heirlooms.
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Family History Binder – Part 3 – Dividers
This is the third post in my Family History Binder series. Click here to go back to part 1. My family history binder is broken into 16 sections. The dividers I used are the Avery Clear Pocket Label…
Family History Binder -Part 4 – Photos
This is the fourth post in my Family History Binder series. Click here to go back to part 1. The first divider in my family history binder is labeled "maps, photos, etc". I had originally planned on putting this section last in my binder, but I found that this was the section that people were most…
Uncover the rich details of your family's past.
Some families say they’re descended from royalty. Others whisper about properties left behind in the old country or a successful businessman a few generations back. What if there’s some truth to family lore? Historical records offer compelling details about your ancestors’ wealth. Here’s what to look for. A Genteel Job Did your ancestor have a …
Digging Deeper in FamilySearch Records
Not getting the results you want in FamilySearch searches? Search smarter with tips and strategies from Robert Keher, FamilySearch Senior Product Manager.
Quit Attaching Records to Your Family Tree and Start Doing This Instead
The ever-increasing availability of places to store and share family trees has many benefits (and a few downsides) but it has also created one major problem for researchers - access to attached records.
My 2nd Family History Binder
Last year I made this family history binder as a Christmas gift for my father-in-law, so I decided that this year I would make one for my side of the family. My mom spent last summer photographing church records in a small town in Italy (you can read more about that process in this post),…
Free Genealogy Forms & Resources - Family Tree
Family Tree offers dozens of free, in-depth ebooks on a variety of genealogy hot topics, handy cheat sheets and quick reference guides, and forms
How to Find State Archives Websites for Free Genealogy Research
State archives and historical societies can provide useful and free information for researching your genealogy. Here's a list of state archives websites.
Family – Pedigree Chart 1
by Scrapbook Your Family Tree Collection : Family – Pedigree Chart 1 Part of the 2017 Family Collection – Design: Sunflowers A numbered, 5 generation pedigree chart. Printed on antique colored cardstock Acid & Lignin free Buy additional charts in this series HERE
Decipher Faded and Old Records
Found some old records that are faded and hard to read? Watch this short video to get some tricks for making those records legible.
How to use Pinterest for Genealogy
Have you ever considered using Pinterest for your Genealogy and family history research? I started using Pinterest for my family's genealogy and I love it! It's a great way to organize the family photographs and documents found around the internet. Plus, as an added bonus, the link to the document and family photo is provided and you can easily share with family! There's no need to save old family photos to your computer (and forgetting the source). And there is no more taking other people's…
How To Determine the Date of an Old Family Photograph | Are You My Cousin?
Dating an old family photo can be daunting. Tips and strategies for dating and identifying your ancestor's photos from the 1800's and early 1900's.