Part 3: Where do you look after locating a death certificate? #genealogy http://thefamilytreex.blogspot.com

Part Where do you look after locating a death certificate? AFTER finding a death certificate

Golden rules

Understand your Family history and few important thinks about how to use family history to build your visual family tree.

Relationship Chart

I get asked a lot. what does "removed" mean? How do you know your exact relationship to someone in your family? Here's a handy Genealogy Relationship Chart. Start with your common ancestor and move through the chart to figure out your relationship.

Republished on Saving Stories! Have you ever peered into one of these? Six genealogy secrets found in the library's vertical file: http://www.robinsavingstories.com/2016/07/six-genealogy-secrets-found-in-librarys.html #genealogy

Have you ever peered into one of these? Six genealogy secrets found in the library's vertical file

10 things I wish I'd known when I started doing genealogy

10 Things I Wish I'd Known When I Started Doing Genealogy- *Figure out what information you can trust *Ask for help *Find time for genealogy research *Stay focused *Pay attention to collateral lines - Organize Your Family History

Research Logs: The Key to Organizing Your Family History. They're a great way to stay organized and on track with our genealogy research!

Are you ready to take your Family History efforts to the next level and actually get organized? Do you sometimes feel like you have spent the last hour of “research” mindlessly surfing…

Tuesday's Tip: Shh! A Little Secret I Discovered in Online Michigan Death Records #genealogy #familyhistory

Tuesday's Tip: Shh! A Little Secret I Discovered in Online Michigan Death Records this tidbit may help you with other state record data /kn

Germany information

Save Keep this at-a-glance genealogy reference close at hand. The German Genealogy Cheat Sheet is designed to quickly deliver the information you need to understand the records of your German ancestors.

Our friends over at Fold3 created this handy little infographic to use as a rule of thumb. There are exceptions to every rule, but this will get you started!  Check the years of each of the Wars on the chart. Then see if your ancestor might have been affected by the possible events of that war. Use FamilySearch, Ancestry.com, MyHeritage, and other record sources to see how your ancestors's lives were changed because of a war. .

Handy chart of birth years of veterans of various wars. Gives birth year range and military service year range.

Land Records: An Introduction - the link doesn't work. So I went to generousgenealogists.com and searched for land records, nothing. So I'm not sure what this was about.

Land Records: An Introduction - the link doesn't work. So I went to generousgenealogists.com and searched for land records, nothing. So I'm not sure what this was about.

Find your ancestors at FindaGrave. Dane Genealogy and Family History Blog

If you have not used Find-A-Grave, then you are missing some freat info about ancestors & other famiy members. It's not hard to use: this wi show you how, Find your ancestors at FindaGrave.

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