Linda K. Page

Thu, 12 Jan 2017 08:26:31 +0000

This 'Dictionary of Old Occupations' can be very interesting. Add these details and definitions to the "notes" in your tree to make it come alive. #genealogy

    Create One File Folder for Each Couple (& their children) / FHiF

    Genealogy Tool Kit from the National Archives - need to look at this site, it looks interesting

    Genealogy apps useful for discovering your Family History. #keepinggrandmaalive #genealogy #familyhistory

    You might be surprised by how many photos of your ancestors you can find here.

    The Family Tree German Genealogy Guide

    One of the oldest and best FREE online sources for various records related to genealogy research. I've been part of this project in the past and still contribute records. All of the content has been submitted by volunteers. Be sure to check out the Project Archives for additional records that may not be on the county pages.

    Slowly Being Driven Mad by the Ancestors: Genealogy Do-Over: Organising Your Files #genealogy #gendover

    Stop 'Saving' Records to Your Ancestry Tree Until You Read This | Family History Daily

    Check out these New Year's Resolutions for Every Kind of Genealogist #genealogy

    Family tree? #FamilyTree #LDSFamilySearch

    got genealogy's Golden Rules of Genealogy

    Grandparent Interview Questions | Do your children know the life stories of their grandparents? Let this printable and post encourage you to ask [the House of Hendrix}

    Clickable map of East Europe that brings you to pages of links and resources for family history.

    7 Places to Find Photographs of Your Ancestors

    Printable Research Checklist Free from Midwest Genealogy Center, Independence, MO. For other forms

    Finding clues in old photographs. one of the most challenging parts of genealogy research for me is identifying un-notated photos. hopefully, this article will be a great help.

    Good article on organization of genealogy binders. I like the way she organizes her files

    Family History Guide ~ Ten Things To Do Beyond Ancestry.com #genealogy #FamilyHistory

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    Deadfred.com, a great way to share photos of unknown people so their descendants can find them, and a great place to look for your own ancestors' photos.

    LDS Family History made easy... #LDSfamilysearch #MormonLink. Links to article abt searching manuscripts

    4 Tips to Identify Unknown Family Photographs

    your roots-Genealogy is a very serious hobby for my cousin. Already 5800 people have been found!!!