I’ve created a personal map on Google Maps of some of my research places. I find it very helpful to see the locations I’ve found in my research on a […]
Chris Dunham, the man behind The Genealogue, is now introducing a new genealogy blog. This one—The Family Historian—will focus on providing the best genealogy advice for the family historian from […]
This is the land warrant for one of Adam HACKER’s properties in Cocalico township, Lancaster county, Pennsylvania. I originally found it at the Lancaster County Courthouse, but you can also […]
Do you have ancestors in Michigan? If so, there are two fantastic resources you should know about for online records. FamilySearch.org has birth, marriage, and death records for Michigan online, […]
If you’re going to be researching your family, there are some books that you must have. These are not just the books that I’ve found useful, but books that I’ve […]
In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, I thought I’d point out some excellent sources for Irish genealogy research. Ancestry The 24/7 Family History blog article, Irish Database at Ancestry.com points […]
Family researchers are no longer limited to traipsing through cemeteries in order to find family grave sites and burial information. Now you can find much of that information online.
Ancestry.com has added five Florida state censuses to their online collection: 1867, 1875, 1885, 1935, and 1945.
Researching your family is all about access to information—whether that information comes from family members, state, county or federal records, or the published work of other family researchers. I love to find new sources of information. I especially love to find new sources of information that I can tap from home!