‘Step 12 – Read Genealogy Articles’

This is the 12th post of Discovering Your Past blog series and we are half way through the series. In this article, we’ll be discussing ‘Step 12’ in researching your family tree: reading genealogy articles.

In the world of genealogy, there are countless resources available to help you trace your family tree. Genealogy articles are one such resource, and they can be a valuable tool in your research. Here are some reasons why you should read genealogy articles as part of your family history research: …

Step 11. Expand Your Genealogy Resources Using Social Media

As you continue to explore your family history, you may find that your traditional research methods have reached their limit. The digital age has made it so much easier for you to expand your family history resources and connect with other researchers. Social media has become an increasingly popular platform for connecting with others, and it can also be a valuable resource for genealogy research.

Social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter can be particularly useful in this regard, allowing you to connect with others who share your interest in genealogy and family history. By joining genealogy groups on Facebook, following relevant Twitter accounts, and using hashtags to search for information, you can expand your family history resources and make new connections. In this blog post, we will explore the benefits of using social media for genealogy and provide some helpful websites and URLs to get you started.

Step 10. Join a mailing list and search message boards through RootsWeb

In the digital age, genealogy research has become easier and more accessible than ever before. One of the most valuable resources for genealogists is RootsWeb, a free online community for family history research. RootsWeb offers a wide range of tools and resources to help you trace your family history, including mailing lists and message boards. In this article, we’ll explore how you can join a mailing list and search message boards through RootsWeb to connect with other genealogists and uncover new information about your ancestors.