Published by Blog: Ask Ancestry Anne: How Do I Find Trees?

Question: Are there any plans to update searching for specific public trees? —PhyllisAnswer: Last month I answered a question about using and trusting other trees you find on Ancestry, which led to a lively debate to say the least!   And I’d like to suggest another article that might shed some more light on the subject: Perils…

Published by Genealogy Blog: The Portable Genealogist: Seventeenth-Century New England Research

The Portable Genealogist: Seventeenth-Century New England Research is another in a line of laminated guides released as part of The Portable Genealogist series from The New England Historic Genealogical Society. Leland recently returned from the SCGS Jamboree with several of these guides. There are several more guides that have been previously reviewed on this site,…

Published by Dick Eastman: is Giving Free Access to 13 Colonies Records for July 4th is offering free access to many records concerning the original 13 US colonies as part of it’s 13 Colonies Collection at Access to the records in the featured collections will be free until July 5, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Published by Sourceline Blog|Cemeteries: A Research Library for Genealogists

Cemeteries offer a treasure trove of information for the genealogist. Cemetery Location Just knowing the location of the cemetery your ancestor is buried in can give you information or help you to establish more questions to be answered. Did my ancestor live near here? Are more family buried here? If not, why not? Are there […]