Searching for our ancestors has become a popular pastime, enhanced by the rise of the internet, which has made the task easier and much quicker.
And whether you are a beginner, researching a single person or an entire lineage, or more advanced, the tips you will find within the pages of this e-book will help you on your journey to understanding more about your ancestry.
Genealogy Helps, Volume 8, is 218 pages worth of research basics, interesting stories, historical locations and international searches. It will also provide you with important information on;
There is much more besides, of course, and with tips and advice on things you may possibly have overlooked, such as church records, the changing of names at Ellis Island and other unusual places to carry out your research, this is one resource you don’t want to miss reading.
Do you use charts and forms in your genealogy research? If you don’t already do it, you should. There are numerous reasons why. Some of the most important are for joining lineage societies, for sending copies of your work on certain family lines to relatives and genetic cousins who may be interested in it or ask for it, and for keeping a physical copy of your research off of the Internet, so you never lose your work no matter what happens to the digital world.
There are two basic types of genealogy charts: the ancestral chart and the family group sheet. As for forms, you can get blank copies of census forms, immigration forms, and military forms.