The website SortedByName.com contains scanned and transcribed documents that may be of great help to you in your genealogical search. The files, such as death and birth certificates, are indexed alphabetically and are free...
Discovering women's' identities can be tricky as they were often listed under their married name, or not at all. Here are clues to help identifying them. The post Remembering the Ladies appeared first on Family Tree.
We'll share three tips for hiring a professional genealogist who can break through your tough research brick walls.This post is sponsored by Legacy Tree Genealogists. The post 3 Tips for Hiring a Professional Genealogist You Can Trust appeared first on Family Tree.
Recently our editors hosted a live Q&A where we answered some of your burning genealogy questions. If you missed it, check out the recording now! The post Family History Month Event – Q&A with the Editors of Family Tree appeared first on Family Tree.
Last week I shared three tips for identifying an old group photograph, using an early 1900s mystery photo of German-born inventor Emile Berliner with unnamed family members. We looked at the youngest person and the oldest person in the picture, then asked if census records could helps us identify the people in the picture. They […]
What do we know about the Boy Who Lived's ancestors? We look at the Harry Potter family tree—and the surprising connections between his friends and enemies. The post Sirius Genealogy: The Complex Harry Potter Family Tree appeared first on Family Tree.