"How do I find my ancestor's death date?" is one of the most common questions I hear. And, why not? Death Certificates are a fairly modern occurrence, but most of our ancestors did not live in a time period when death certificates were generated. Fortunately, as researchers we can determine an ancestor's date of death using other resources.
How to Find Where Your Ancestors Are Buried
One of the biggest genealogical frustrations I hear from you in emails, is being unable to find an ancestors place of burial. Either online or in an actual place. Lets look at 8 sources of information to determine where your ancestor may have been buried.
3 Ways to Find Ancestors Who Didn't Leave a Paper Trail: What to Do When There Are No Records
3 Ways to Find Ancestors Who Didn't Leave a Paper Trail: What to Do When There Are No Records | Ancestral Findings
How To Research Your Ancestors in a Location You Cannot Visit
You have heard it before - Not all (actually, MOST) genealogy records are not online. Unfortunately, those records seem to be where I am not. Traveling to multiple repositories is time consuming and expensive. So, how do we as genealogists access those mu
Organize Your Genealogy Using a Timeline
Genealogy organization includes more than just organizing your physical files. It can and should include organizing the events of your ancestors' lives.
Tools: The Genealogist's Guide to Researching Tax Records available from Family History Publishing. #genealogy #resources
5 Uncommon Places to Find Your Ancestors' Missing Parents
5 uncommon places to find your ancestors missing parents
How I Finally Solved a 10-Year-Old Genealogy Mystery in 10 Minutes
How I finally solved a 10 year old genealogy mystery in minutes
50 Genealogy Tasks You Can Do In 15 Minutes or Less
Explore your Ancestry
How does one research children who fell between the census years? If a child's entire life span fell between two census years, the researcher must think "outside of the box" to find a child's existence and name.
Have European Ancestry? Here are 30 Free Genealogy Sites to Search
Have European ancestry? We've put together a list of 30 free research sites that will help you grow your family tree. Find free records from various locations in Europe or search by country with our free genealogy site finder, doGenealogy. #freegenealogy #familyhistory # genealogyresearch #dogenealogy
Don't Neglect the Other Census Records
Census records reveal so much about our ancestors. There's more than just the Federal census. Explore the other types of census records for your genealogy.
These Old Passport Applications May Hold the Missing Genealogy Info You Need
Passport Applications for Genealogy: A Free Online Database You Don't Want to Miss. I LOVE using passport info!
Best Genealogy Library Websites in 2016
You can use libraries to research your family history without leaving your home. These libraries have great genealogy search tools right on their websites.
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