Family History

  • Family History Research With Google Part Two

    Oct 18

    Another idea is to use the word ’allintitle’ (all in title) then a colon and the phrase such as Bridge genealogy. The example is: allintitle: Bridge genealogy. Google will find the requested phrase, capture some additional genealogy web pages about the surname usually buried deep in the search results. The tilde ~ symbol is Google's newest o...

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  • Understanding Differences

    Oct 18

    The Difference in Baptism and Christening One of the major primary sources in genealogical research is locating a baptism record. These were issued at the time of a baby, child or even adult’s bestowing of their Christian name and the person’s identification with Christianity and the church. The term, christening, is also used. Is there...

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  • Utilizing Family History Library and its Centers

    Oct 18

    Since 1894, the number one guardian of family records has been the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), along with the Genealogical Society of Utah. Over the years the organization has assisted people across the world connect with their ancestors. They have improved the methods of gathering, collecting and then preserving countless...

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