“Don’t Miss” MyHeritage Features – Getting the MOST From Your Search
Embark on an enriching journey into your family's history with the power of MyHeritage. Delve into a vast collection of records, leverage advanced DNA testing, collaborate on family trees, and utilize powerful research tools. Discover the fascinating stories of your ancestors and unlock the hidden chapters of your heritage. Explore our blog post to learn more about how MyHeritage can help you unravel your family's history and connect with your roots. Start your genealogical adventure today!
9 Tips to Have the BEST RootsTech 2023 Experience
Learn tips to get the most out of RootsTech 2023 whether attending in person or virutally! Genealogy lectures, the expo hall and so much more! Way back when I attended my very first genealogy conference, I was a newbie. I was brand new to genealogy research, but eager to learn all I could to find my ancestors and grow my family tree. I signed up to attend a National Genealogical Society conference that was 4 days of lectures, an expo hall and a chance to talk to people whose eyes did not glaze over at the mention of the ancestors. Yes, these were my people. I did not want to waste…
How To Confidently Find Your Ancestor’s Marriage Records
Searching for your ancestor's marriage records can be tough. Where should you look? Learn to confidently search for a couple's marriage record and grow your family tree.
How To Research Your Destitute Ancestors – Yes, It’s Possible
Were your ancestors poor? To research and find destitute ancestors, seek out records created for the care of the community’s poor. One of the common frustrations I hear from you, my readers, is the lack of records for your destitute or poor ancestors. Yes, our poor ancestors certainly present with some unique research challenges. Why is that? Your poor or destitute ancestors typically did not own land and will not be found in the land records. Ancestors who had no estate that needed to be disposed of, did not typically leave wills or have estates that were probated. Your poorer ancestors may have moved frequently in search of jobs making…