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    State by State index of church records transcribed by volunteers from US GenWeb

    When it comes to genealogy, crime really can pay, as criminal records can generate A LOT of information about an ancestor. Sometimes that’s awfully sad information, and we’ve done projects that have brought us near tears as families were ripped apart by violence, but nonetheless the details that can be pulled out of these records are fascinating. …

    Birth records are important records in our genealogy research and come in many forms. Birth certificates, family Bibles, and church records are common sources of your ancestor's birth. As with all genealogy records, understanding what is available for the time and location of your ancestors is crucial.

    Tools: Surprising Discoveries of Heritage in Family Tree Research - Genealogy Revelations -- finding the heart of your past. #genealogy #tools

    Free Mormon Genealogy Sites...they really know how to compile a family history!

    A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Germanic Ancestors: This hands-on guide addresses virtually every aspect of tracing Germanic lineage. Written for beginners, it covers the basics of genealogy, clearly explaining how to plan, organize and begin searching. Also addressed are the unique challenges associated with Germanic ancestral research and proven ways to overcome them. #German #Germany #genealogy

    You've spent time, energy, and money tracing your family tree. Take these steps to preserve your genealogy research for future generations.

    It's easy to feel overwhelmed in genealogy research. Here are some ways to de-stress your family history activities. Three tips: #genealogy #tips #familytree

    The Google Genealogist (new tips and tricks) This was incredibly helpful, I had no idea some of these things were available.

    Ways to Uncover the Maternal Lines in Your Family Tree

    Pennsylvania Genealogies and Family Histories: A Bibliography of Books About Pennsylvania Families - Donald O. Virdin