Our Surname Tables for DNA Research
Are you seeing all the cousin matches you could with your DNA results? Try making a surname table and quickly catch all of those autosomal relatives,
Knowing Your Ancestors’ Professions Can Yield New Insights into Colonial Life
An article about researching the professions of the passengers who arrived onboard the Mayflower in 1620, using historical newspapers.
Find and Use the U.S. Census Mortality Schedules for Genealogy
Are you in search of a date or place of death for a certain member of your family tree but keep coming up empty handed? Mortality schedules may be the key to finding the missing piece of your puzzle.
Where to Find Old Family Photos and Portraits Online
It won't be easy to locate old photos of your ancestors, but the hard work is worth it. Here's where to get started in your search.
Census Records are some of the most valuable records you'll find — and, with the advent of the Internet and online searching, they're some of the easiest to use. However, you'll find that the column headings of the census scans are sometimes impossible to read. Therefore, we recommend you download these, print them, and put…
Why and How to Use Pinterest for Genealogy Research
From tracking down useful information, to organizing your research, to sharing it with your family and friends - Pinterest just might be the genealogy research tool you've been missing.
Heraldry - The Basics by MirusLuna on DeviantArt
DeviantArt is the world's largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts, allowing people to connect through the creation and sharing of art.
How to Conduct Sound Genealogical Research - A Process Flowchart
This guide was written to give you some baseline knowledge of the GPS and how important it is to use in your research.
Names of Irish Passengers to America by Michael C. O'Laughlin. $25.00. Publisher: Irish Genealogical Foundation (March 1, 2002). Publication: March 1, 2002. Author: Michael C. O'Laughlin
Know the Epidemics That Might Have Affected Your Ancestors | FamilyTree.com
There are numerous sources with listings of the epidemics in certain locations and times. It is worth investigating where your ancestors lived at a certain time to see if there maybe a possible cause for an ancestor not appearing on future records or even whole families moving.
This is what America's immigrants looked like when they arrived on Ellis Island. As many as 5,000 people passed through Ellis Island each day. Just a few were immortalized in portraits like these.
Have European Ancestry? Here are 30 Free Genealogy Sites to Search | Family History Daily
If you have European ancestry, one of the greatest challenges can be locating quality genealogy databases that are affordable. Here are 30 free options.
Online Death Indexes from all States | FamilyTree.com
The use of death indexes and records can be very useful when compiling your family history.
Find Free Kindle Books from Amazon With This Simple Google Trick
Would you like to search only the free kindle books offered by Amazon? You can do so using the tools Google already provides. Here's how.