I’ve added two new indices to the warrantee maps for Strasburg and West Lampeter townships in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.
The 1911 Scottish Census will be released 5 Apr 2011. More than 4.7 million Scots provided information for this census. Is your ancestor one of them?
Family history is apparently a growing hobby. The number of visitors to family history web sites is growing—for some over 100% since last year. The visitors for one site (Archives.com) […]
The National Archives launched Online Public Access (OPA) on Dec. 27th. What is it and what information does it include?
Adding source information in Reunion for Mac is a straightforward process. Adding source information efficiently can be a little more tricky. This post shows how I’ve approached the problem.
If you use Reunion for the Mac for your genealogy program, here are a couple of web sites that provide instructional videos on how to better use the application.
In looking for information about Roxburghshire, Scotland I came across the FamilySearch Wiki information on Scotland. This site includes information on all the Scottish counties, including information on available records […]
One of the joys of browsing other genealogy blogs—besides getting ideas on how to organize information, which always intrigues the designer in me—is finding new goodies to help my research. […]
As you may know I’ve been working with land records a lot recently. I started with the surveys available for Lancaster County land warrants and patents, grouping them by township […]
I’ve written about how much I love deeds—and the great information you can find in them—and I’ve written about how great it is to find the Lancaster County Deed books […]