• School Yearbooks

    Mar 19

    Locating by whatever method a school yearbook on an ancestor can be such a treasure. No matter which it was middle grade, high school or college, it could reveal little known facts about your relative. Using the collection of 324,000 yearbooks and more than 52 million pages you have a good shot of locating one or more ancestors. To he...


  • Keeping Up with the Latest in

    Feb 15

    Many family researchers use the numerous databases supplied by They can be accessed through public libraries or genealogical societies with a subscription or by personal individual subscriptions for home use. does continue to add new and expanded databases on many different topics. For the new year 2019, some databases a...


  • Music of Your Ancestral Region

    Sep 29

    If you've done a great deal of research or using DNA testing and know fairly sure your family's ancestral heritage – Eastern European, North African, German, Southeast Asia, etc., you just might like to have a collection of music characteristic of those ancestral heritage. Using you can place the regions your ancestors originated...


  • Recent Additions to the Databases

    Aug 17

    You may or may not have used (fee-based collection of databases and information). Many times there are free sessions or your public library or local genealogical society may have it available. You need to keep informed of any new additions to their collection. On this page 'Recently Added or Updated Collections' you will the newest da...


  • Ancestry Brought Back the Family Group Sheets

    Jul 4 announced that the Family Group Sheets have returned. The purpose of the Family Group Sheet is to aid genealogists with their research. Ancestry included information in their blog post for people who are unfamiliar with what a Family Group Sheet (or Family Group Record) is. They explain it this way: “It is a view of parents an...


  • Collections of Church Records at

    Apr 10 frequently updates their existing record collections. The best way to find what's new is to check out the Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry page. Ancestry recently updated and added church record collections. Evangelical Records – new collections The records in this collection consist of administrative records f...


  • has Collections of Catholic Records

    Mar 22 has several collections of Roman Catholic records. They add new collections when they can, and they update them when they obtain additional records. Here is a quick look at some of the collections that may be useful for genealogists who have Catholic ancestors. Colorado, Roman Catholic Diocese of Colorado Springs Sacram...


  • Free Irish Data Collections on

    Mar 16

    Searching for records about your Irish ancestors? has an Ireland family history research page where you can find record collections, history, and genealogy resources to help you trace your Irish ancestors. Some of these records are being offered for free. The Ireland family history research page on has a full list of d...


  • Ancestry Introduces We Remember

    Dec 5 has introduced a new website called We Remember. We Remember helps you celebrate your loved ones so that their story lives on. explains this new product this way: “With We Remember, you can quickly and easily create a free public memorial page for a loved one. Rather than being a research page, the We Remember page ...


  • Ancestry Enhances Collaboration and Roles on DNA Results

    Jul 14

    Ancestry put together a blog post regarding the way people can view, collaborate on, or manage the results of their own (or their relative's) AncestryDNA test. The changes described in the blog post will go into effect as of July 18, 2017. The new terminology to know is: Owner, Manager, Collaborator, and Viewer. Ancestry explains “Owner”...