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Army of family historians go online to identify unknown soldiers - Telegraph

telegraph.co.uk - Hundreds of thousands of members of the Forces still have no known graves after the First and Second World Wars. Large numbers of bodies were never identified and lie only with headstones marked “K...

New Feature: Instant Discovery Tree Cards - MyHeritage.com - English blog

blog.myheritage.com - Last month, we announced that Instant Discoveries™ are now available to all MyHeritage users, allowing our users to add entire branches to their family tree in just a few clicks. Many of our users ...

APH included in Crestleaf’s “40 Genealogy Twitter Accounts You Should Follow Right Now”

Shared by Declan Hoare

personalhistorians.org - Any APH member who has attended a genealogical conference like RootsTech, NGS, or the Australasian Conference on Genealogy and Heraldry, watched Who Do You Think You Are, or surfed Ancestry.com und...

57 Angles, Tips, & Prompts for Writing Your Family History

Shared by Declan Hoare

brandyheineman.com - If you’ve ever struggled with ways to turn your pedigree charts and research notes into a shareable, readable history for your family to enjoy, read on. This list of story angles, creative tips, an...

Irish Genealogy News: GENUKI inititiates major overhaul of 20-year-old site

irishgenealogynews.com - GENUKI inititiates major overhaul of 20-year-old site The vast and free website GENUKI, which describes itself as a virtual reference library of information of particular reference to UK & Ireland ...

10 Genealogy Blogs You Should Check Out

Shared by RestoreTv

genealogy.about.com - Randy Seaver's excellent blog stands here as a representative for the many great personal family history bloggers (since there isn't room in this short list to highlight all of the great ones). His...

Genealogy: Beyond the BMD: Finding an Obituary... with Tenacity

Shared by UK Genealogy

genealogybeyondthebmd.blogspot.com - In many FaceBook Groups I see people asking for help in locating an obituary. Finding an obituary for an ancestor that died many years ago is not always that easy.  Some reasons being... not everyo...

What Race Is Bruno Mars?

huffingtonpost.com - Bruno Mars next to one of his grandfathers. This apple didn't fall far from his family tree. (credit for photo on right: PR Photos) Which of the following describes the heritage of Peter Gene Herna...

MICHIGAN FAMILY TRAILS : WORKDAY WEDNESDAY–What kind of work did your ancestors do?

michiganfamilytrails.com - I thought it would be fun to create a list of occupations from my Legacy database. What kinds of various occupations did my ancestors engage in?  In order for this to work you have to have entered ...

Newsletter

ancestryhour.co.uk - Ancestry Hour Newsletter With so much happening and lots of exciting developments in the offing, this newsletter will help you keep up to date with all the forthcoming events on #AncestryHour.   We...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): New Herefordshire Archives and Records Centre to open in August

Shared by Chris Paton

britishgenes.blogspot.com - The new £8.1 million Herefordshire Archives and Records Centre has announced that it will be opening on Tuesday August 4th 2015 at 9.15am. A temporary enquiry service is still being run as collecti...

An unusual census record

caliendi.com - On the 1911 Census (Clerkenwell Holborn) Frank Elton Montriou, as can be seen, gave far more information than the form required. He included the maiden surname of his wife and of his aunt, albeit t...

Irish Genealogy News: Irish family history & heritage events, 28 May to 6 June

irishgenealogynews.com - Irish family history & heritage events, 28 May to 6 June Monday 25 May: The Last Voyage of the RMS Lusitania, with James Scannell. Host: Clondalkin History Society. Venue: Arás Chronáin Irish Cultu...

13 ways to know you’re a genealogist - MyHeritage.com - English blog

Shared by Alona Tester

blog.myheritage.com - Whether you are a family historian or just someone interested in learning about their family’s heritage, there are certain things only a genealogist will understand.

Cheshire Births Marriages & Deaths Indexes

Shared by Ian Hartas

cheshirebmd.org.uk - Births 3,269,930 Search Births Coverage of Births Births Information Birth Certificate Info Marriages 1,214,641 Search Marriages Coverage of Marriages Marriages Information Marriage Certificate Inf...

Why Your Family Name Did Not Come From a Mistake at Ellis Island

mentalfloss.com - When my great-grandfather Yuroslav Hieronymous O’Kagan vaan de Schulevitzberg arrived at Ellis Island in 1909 he didn’t speak much English. He was 17 and hoping to make his fortune quickly and brin...

Young & Savvy Genealogists: Using Microsoft Access 2013 for Genealogy: Part 1

youngandsavvygenealogists.blogspot.com - Using Microsoft Access 2013 for Genealogy: Part 1 Let's be real for a minute. As genealogists, one of the worst mistakes we can make is being our own worst enemy. Many moons ago, I did this through...

Hoffnungstal, Bessarabia - History of a German Village (Part 2)

carolynschott.com - This is part 2 of 6 blog posts on my grandfather’s home village of Hoffnungstal, Bessarabia (now Ukraine). The land available for farming also expanded. The village was initially granted about 14,0...

Beautify Your Family History Binders – Photos Are Up Next

Shared by Michele Kerr

itsalifestory.com - I’ve got a some information following the tutorial in case you find that you have any questions. Hopefully, I’ve addressed them all but feel free to send other related questions my way! If you have...

Louise

I am a genealogy addict and want to share! Started tracing my family history 22 years ago and still not finished!

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