Once you have decided to delve into the realm of genealogical exploration, deciding where to begin your research and understanding how to isolate important information are crucial to developing your family tree. A key...
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...
Season 4 of genealogy show "Finding Your Roots With Henry Louis Gates Jr." starts Tuesday, Oct. 3 on PBS! You'll see these 26 famous folks find their family trees. The post Season 4 of “Finding Your Roots” Genealogy Show Premieres Oct 3 on PBS appeared first on Family Tree.
These four photos of men in military uniforms occupy a single page from a family photo album—but that doesn’t mean they’re from the same family. It was a common practice for our ancestors to share photos with friends and classmates. It’s possible that these four men knew each other from military service. The album belongs […]
Get four tips for researching your ancestors in German written records from our new course, the Genealogist's Guide to German Language Documents. The post 4 Tips for Translating Your German Ancestor’s Records appeared first on Family Tree.
September is Save Your Photos Month! We chatted with Gordon Nuttall, CEO of Flip-Pal, to learn more about this holiday, and tips for preserving your photos. The post September is Save Your Photos Month! appeared first on Family Tree.
Our five research tips will help you start learning more about your loved one's service in the armed forces during the Vietnam War. The post 5 Tips for Researching Your Relative’s Vietnam War Service appeared first on Family Tree.