How To Trace Your Family Tree
Wondering how to trace your family tree? Find genealogy how-to articles to successfully find your ancestors and build your family tree. Finding your ancestors does not have to overwhelming, but it does take time. Learning step by step is the key to successful genealogy research. Here at Are You My Cousin? you will learn:
- How to start your research the right way (Hint: It's with a plan!)
- How to progress your research forward
- How to find and use both common and uncommon genealogy records.
Finding an ancestor's death date is one of the first things a family history researcher seeks out. Sometimes the search is not so straight forward and requires a look into a variety or records. Learn how and where to find an ancestor's date of death.
An ancestor’s death certificate provides a wealth of genealogical information. Learn what information you can expect to find on a death certificate. An ancestor’s death certificate is one of the first death records genealogy researchers seek out. After all, establishing birth, marriage and death dates is a good place to start your genealogy research. When you find that ancestor’s death certificate, are you finding all the genealogy clues that are presented? Or do you record the ancestor’s name, death date and place of death and then move on? As with any genealogical record, spend time with the document. We are going to explore the types of genealogy information and clues…
A genealogy research plan is crucial the success of finding your ancestors. Explore the 4 components of a research plan. It's not as hard as you think!
Seven step guide to ensure you find all the clues about your ancestor in the cemetery.