databases

  • A Review of FindMyPast

    Feb 13

    The birth of this genealogical site is in the mid-1960s with a British company named 'Title Research'. All genealogical research was done by searching paper records and microfilm. Jump to 2001 and the use of computers and the Internet, this group created '1837 Online' a digital database of the General Register Office England & Wales birth, marr...

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  • Using Linkpendium – Searching the 50 States

    Dec 5

    Here are a variety of resources for each of the 50 United States to help with your family history research. It is part of the 'Linkpendium' site. Every state is listed along with the District of Columbia, and the American territories such as Samoa, Virgin Islands, Guam, Marshall Islands, and Puerto Rico. All together there are over 10.4 million ...

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  • MooseRoots

    Aug 17

    It is always interesting to explore a different database, see what it might contain that you have not found to date. Even if there are records you have looked at, if doesn't hurt to re-examine those same census records, death certificates, military records - just in case you overlooked something. The new online site 'MooseRoots' (a genealogical se...

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  • Four Appalachian States

    Jun 22

    The four southern Appalachian states are Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina, due to the fact the Appalachian Mountains encompass part of the state. If you have any ancestors from these states and specifically from the Appalachian region, you will find the online site titled 'Appalachian Mountain Families' a most informative data...

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  • Available on FamilyTree.com

    Mar 1

      This website, FamilyTree.com can be of real assistance for any level family history researcher. If you are just starting, the basics are explained in clear and easy to follow formats. If you have been working at the research for awhile, there are informational sections to help you move even further. For the long-time and advanced genealogis...

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  • Checking Your Research

    Jan 15

    It is called human error and there were many mistakes in the vintage vital records of our ancestors. Some errors due to carelessness along with inaccurate information known or provided to an official. These are just documents, but there were mistakes even done by stone cutters in making headstones for grave sites. So as a family history researcher,...

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  • Research Mistakes

    Dec 21

    A novice or experienced family history researcher can make some mistakes when putting together the family tree. So you don't have to redo your work or cause any continual errors to be carried on, here are some ideas to avoid any research mistakes. First, never start and solely depend on anyone else's information / family tree data. Countless times...

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  • Christmas Surnames

    Dec 13

    Did it ever occur to you that families could have a surname associated with Christmas traditions? Some you wouldn't be as surprised by like, 'Claus' has in the USA over 1,300 or 'Santa', has 370 individuals. The name 'Christmas' has 1,499 people with that surname, which is quite a few. The most with the Christmas surname, based on the Crestleaf dat...

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  • Family History Researchers – Might Need These

    Dec 9

    Need some ideas for anyone in the family who does research on the family ancestors? Or need to add some suggestions to the gift list for yourself? Holiday Season is here. Here are a few ideas that might like to have. The are several good genealogical magazine subscriptions in print or for online that can be very helpful. There is Ancestry Magazine...

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  • Avoiding Mistakes

    Dec 3

    Be careful now to produce mistakes in your family history research or in turn to place mistakes (unknowingly) into your family database. A major problem is when you locate a whole family tree lineage online and accept / copy every person with every date because some it matches what you know about your family line. Too many times, just about all ...

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