WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE?
Who do you think you are? How would you answer that question? Who are you…really…and what makes you who you are? At first glance, these may seem like easy questions to answer. Yet when you think seriously about . . .
The holiday season is often a time to visit with family members from both far and near. These visits can offer precious opportunities to share and gather family stories, to ask questions that lead to essential family history, to share and identify family pictures, and . . .
Have you gathered all the clues that have been given you in the records you already have? Are there some clues in the Census records that will help you discover more about your ancestor that you didn’t even see? In my own research, I came across an interesting example. Come see what I found.
SPRINGVILLE, Utah. — November 19, 2012 — RootsMagic, Inc. announced the official release of RootsMagic 6 which will continue to sync with FamilySearch/Family Tree.
Check below to read and view about their new additions.
FamilySearch is quickly approaching the official introduction of Family Tree. New.FamilySearch may be gone as soon as the end of this year.
The tutorials below are very user friendly with excellent information presented in user friendly formats: Visusals, videos, webinars and a printable manual.
There are many reasons to turn first to the FamilySearch (F.S.) Wiki:
1.) Extensive research helps, information, and
2.) All active links
3.) Broad offerings of quality, depth, and value
4.) Adding sources to Family Tree from F.S. is
quick and easy.
Throughout history, millions of courageous men and women have served and protected their country in times of conflict. Were your ancestors among them? It has never been easier to find our soldiers on Ancestry.com with their millions of military records spanning from before the . . .
Fold3 is a site totally focused to U.S. military people and happenings. They provide access to US military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served.
The Fold3 name comes from a traditional flag folding ceremony in which the third fold is made in honor and remembrance of veterans who served in defense of their country. Fold3 provides access to US military records, including the stories, photos, and personal documents of the men and women who served.