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8 Reasons (and more…) Why Your Genealogy Research Needs Census Records

A census record can provide a lot of information about your ancestors and their place of origin. It is the best source for building a family tree and making any connections to distant relatives.

Using Genealogy Research Sheets To Help You Track Your Family History

Using the Genealogy Research Sheet, researchers can create an organized and detailed checklist of all the information they have found. The sheet should include all possible sources for this information such as census records, vital records, oral history interviews, and any other items that were found during research.

Charts and Sheets Part 2 of 2

Family Group Sheets are primarily used to summarize vital information about families. This sheet is for recording family units displaying information about the parents and children. The sheets and records will also show birth, marriage and death information, additional spouses, names of husband’s and wife’s parents, information about the children and their spouse.

Charts and Sheets Part 1 of 2

‘Pedigree Chart’, it displays the people you are directly descended from. Sometimes the form can be called the ‘Ancestor Chart’, the Pedigree Chart covers the basics of your written records, it’s your starting point.

22 Steps Podcast

A genealogy podcast for new genealogists to learn the necessary steps and research tools to be a proficient family historian. Learning new ways to research your ancestors is always fun in discovering new information. Let us travel back into time and see where you came from, so let’s get started… Episodes are Available on PODBEAN, ITUNES, SPOTIFY, TUNEIN EPISODEContinue reading “22 Steps Podcast”

Some Facts About Coat of Arms and Designing One For Fun!

In the 12th Century the symbol of the Coat of Arms was used to identify families or individuals. It was very widely adopted by kings, princes, knights and other major power holders throughout western Europe. By the mid-thirteenth century, the coats of arms were adopted by priests, cities, towns, commoners, peasants and burghers. They usedContinue reading “Some Facts About Coat of Arms and Designing One For Fun!”

17 Resources For Tracing Your Family Ancestry

As you get older, finding your “roots” becomes more important in discovering who you are and where you came from. But where to start? In this article you’ll find a list of 15 resources to get you started on your family tree saga.

Taking a FREE Course and Learning About Genealogy

Why is genealogy so popular? Compassion in learning the history of our ancestors which helps us gain a greater understanding of how they lived in the past.

This is a very important step for anyone thinking of or is new to starting their family tree. 

Are you contemplating taking a genealogy course? If the answer is yes! Read on…

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