‘What is Genealogy?’

Genealogy is the study of family history and lineage. It is the process of tracing one’s ancestry and lineage through the generations, using a variety of sources such as birth and death records, census records, and family stories and traditions. Genealogy can be a hobby, a passion, or even a profession for some. It is a way to connect with one’s past and to understand one’s place in the world.

DNA Testing

Ancestry DNA Testing is a type of genetic genealogy that traces your ethnicity and geographic origins. Family Finder is a type of genetic genealogy that identifies relatives who are not part of your family tree.
Family Finder also known as Family Tree DNA is a genetic test that looks at your DNA to find out about recent family history. Family Finder can tell you where you come from on both sides of the family, and how closely related you are to other people in the world. It is designed to find relatives on any of your ancestral lines within the last five generations.

10 Reasons Why Church and Cemetery Records Can Help You Find Your Family Tree

Genealogy research for beginners might seem daunting at first, but it’s actually pretty easy. If you’re just getting started with your family history, start by looking in church and cemetery records. The records in England, the US, Canada, and Australia are all great places to start!