Explore Golden Rules, Number One, and more!

Got genealogy's Golden Rules of Genealogy?  Rules are rules, in some cases, & in others, strong suggestions and handy guidelines.  Why would you want to spend years coming up with these when here they are?

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

What might the digits of your ancestor's SSN tell you? See: Anatomy of a Social Security Number http://blog.genealogists.com/2012/12/anatomy-of-social-security-number.html #genealogy #familyhistory

Anatomy of a Social Security Number - By knowing just the first three digits of someone's SSN, you can correctly guess their birth state.

37 Questions to Ask Your Grandparents (And Parents!)

37 Questions to Ask Your Grandparents (And Parents! I should write these in a journal and make one for all my family members! - Love the idea up there^

Keep your individual ancestor genealogy facts with a photo together on a single information sheet. This will keep you organized and save time.

Maybe for genealogy club at school! With Dana! Keep your individual ancestor genealogy facts with a photo together on a single information sheet. This will keep you organized and save time.

50 Questions To Ask In A Family History Interview

50 Questions to Ask Relatives About Your Family History

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 8-generation Genealogy Relationship Chart. Start with your common ancestor and move through the chart to figure out your relationship.

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.

I've been looking for this. Common Nicknames & Their Given Name Equivalents: Finding Nicknames in Your Family Tree

Matching Up Nicknames with Given Names

"Common Nicknames & Their Given Name Equivalents: Finding Nicknames in Your Family Tree" Interesting, although sometimes "nicknames" are the legal given name.

List of family interview questions for your family history.

List of family interview questions for your family history.

During ancestor research or genealogy projects, use this research checklist to ensure that you've checked birth certificates, marriage records, deed abstracts, and more. Free to download and print

During ancestor research or genealogy projects, use this research checklist to ensure that you've checked birth certificates, marriage…

Completely free genealogy research sites for every U.S. state. Featuring over 100 free family history resources to search today.

Absolutely Free Genealogy Research Sites for Every Single U.S. State

Completely free genealogy research sites for every U. Featuring over 100 free family history resources to search today.

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