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Dates of State Censuses

A checklist for sources searched pg 1 of 2 - original author unknown

FREE Genealogy Research Sources Checklist to Break Down Brick Walls

Genealogy Printable Checklist for organization

10 Places You Didn't Think to Look: Reports of Deaths of American Citizens Abroad, 1835-1974

RP: 10 Places You Didn't Think to Look: Reports of Deaths of American Citizens Abroad,

Checklist for Completed Searches at http://nancysfamilyhistoryblog.blogspot.com/2010/04/checklist-for-completed-searches.html

My Ancestors and Me: Checklist for Completed Searches

Extract and confirm all the information on a record http://www.examiner.com/article/extract-and-confirm-all-the-information-on-a-record #genealogy

Extract and confirm all the information on a record

Genealogical Source Checklist. Beyond the U.S. Census -- Expanding Your Frontiers

Census -- Expanding Your Frontiers

Genealogical Will for Preserving Your Family History

Using Free Genealogy Sites

Genealogy Rules

Do You Follow These "Rules" of Genealogy Research

Genealogy Rules

Downloadable Source Citation Cheat Sheet: It has examples of what to enter in your genealogy software's citation feature for various types of sources.

Genealogy Essentials - Must-Have Cheat Sheets for Every Family Historian

Source Citation Cheat Sheet - See examples of what to enter in your genealogy software for various source types, from censuses to cemetery transcriptions

Funeral home records are a valuable family research resource providing information about church affiliations, education, military, memberships

Using Funeral Home Records for Genealogy

RP: Funeral home records are a valuable family research resource providing information about church affiliations, education, military, memberships

Birth Certificates and 27 Other Places to Look for Birth Data  When you explore your genealogy, one of the first things you need to know about a person is the birth date. The birthplace helps too, of course. There are many places to find this information, and most of them have additional useful data. We’ll look at some of the possibilities here.

Family Link: Birth Certificates and 27 other places to look for birth data

Ancestor Form ~ A more detailed pedigree form. Add on the sibling form to include brothers and sisters.

Contained on this page are links to forms that are part of the free B&F Forms System. These forms are designed to work together. For example, you can use a Sibling form to add children to a Fam…

5 Tips to Help You Find You Female Ancestor's Obituary <  Even when they don't include a first name /   ajc

5 Tips for Finding Women’s Obituaries

5 Tips to Help You Find You Female Ancestor's Obituary < Even when they don't include a first name / ajc

How far into the past does your family tree go? Most of us struggle the further we go back, but this handy website guide will help. The first issue will be to verify that the genealogy is indeed yours. Get more hints and tips on finding medieval records online with Your Family Tree magazine issue 145 - which is on sale now.

How far into the past does your family tree go? Most of us struggle the further we go back but this handy website guide will help. Get more hints and tips on finding medieval records online with Your Family Tree magazine issue 145 - which is on sale now!

I came across this neat graphic on the Got Genealogy? FB page . A simple summary of some “Golden Rules of Genealogy.

Golden Rules of Genealogy - I came across this neat graphic on the Got Genealogy? FB page.  A simple summary of some “Golden Rules of Genealogy.” on the National Genealogical Society blog. Editor’s Note: the graphic contains a statement “You have our permission to use/publish these Golden Rules as much as you like.  Just give us credit for them, okay?” GotGenealogy.com
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