Tuesday's Genealogy Tip
Tuesday's genealogy tips provides tips to researchers to find their ancestors and create their family tree. Tips on genealogy strategies and record use. What genealogy researcher could not use a few genealogy tips? Right? Tips to get you moving on the right path to find that elusive ancestor. Explore this set of Tuesday's genealogy tips to find new to you ideas to jump start your research. Sometimes the most obvious next genealogy step in the research plan can be hiding in plain sight. A point in the right direction with one of our tips can give your genealogy research a boost and put you on the path to success. Sometimes you need a brand new idea to move your genealogy research forward. One of these genealogy tips may spark a creative research idea. Learn about a new type of record set with one of these tips! Or learn genealogy terminology. After all, if you do not understand the terminology used in your ancestor's records, you will miss out on vital clues contained in it. Some of the most popular tips in this series include:
As genealogy researchers we know yearbooks can be valuable sources of information. But….. Where do you find your ancestor’s yearbooks? Here in our area we are coming up on the beginning of school year. This seems like a good time to discuss a bit about school records and what school records can help you with your genealogy research. School Yearbooks + Genealogy Let’s take a look at yearbooks. I want you to try and track down your ancestor’s yearbooks. Sometimes you can find yearbooks online or in local libraries. Another good place that people fail to look is the local school system where the school was located. If that school…
Flickr may not be your first thought for locating photographs of your ancestors, but it can be a great source. Listen and find out why.
Have you ever looked at the ads in your ancestor’s yearbook? Listen and hear why you want to do exactly that! Share you thoughts on researching school yearbooks for your ancestors on our Facebook page!
How do you organize and manage your genealogy projects?