Family Tree Researcher: Dictionary of Old Occupations
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
Using the 1890 Civil War Veterans Census
The 1890 Civil War Veterans Census is a "must" when researching your Civil War ancestor. Learn about which schedules exist and where to find them.
Ways to Uncover the Maternal Lines in Your Family Tree
Help with genealogy research. The maternal lines of your ancestry may be difficult to research, but there are ways to uncover these branches in your family tree. Advice on how to overcome "brick walls" in your family tree related to missing maiden names.
Genealogy Abbreviations You Should Know | FamilyTree.com
Every field of study has its own jargon. The people who work in the same field often use abbreviations for words as a shorter way of writing something. Those abbreviations might be unrecognizable to those who aren’t in that line of work. Here is a list of some of the important genealogy abbreviations that you should know.
How to Find Ancestors Who Came to the U.S. Through Ellis Island
You can easily use the free Ellis Island online search to find out more about your immigrant ancestors who came through there.
Useful Ideas when Using Google | FamilyTree.com
Useful Ideas when Searching on Google Google is a great search engine for finding just about anything, but not necessarily your family tree. However, here are a few ideas to improve your chances of finding more about a hometown, a business or an ancestor using Google. #genealogy #Google #familytree #research #history #GenealogyandTechnology
Missing Birth Record? Here’s What You Can Do To Track It Down
Have you ever had a case of a missing birth record, in a time and place where you know there should be one? It's so frustrating! Recently Michelle shared her missing birth record dilemma on our…