Commonly used Family Tree Abbreviations - Family Tree Resources
Family tree abbreviations are shortened versions of words or phrases, and are utilised because they are easier to use, especially on a family tree when space can be at a premium. You are sure to find many family tree abbreviations in transcripts of parish registers, census returns, other transcripts, indexes and genealogy books as you
Free Genealogy Research Sites for Every Single U.S. State
Digital documents form the backbone of modern genealogy research. The hardest part remains, however, in finding free resources. Luckily, many U.S. states have put a good deal of effort into making their records freely accessible online
Organizing History One Year at a Time - Hobbies on a Budget
If you are researching your family history, you need to stay organized. Here are some tips for staying organized one year at a time.
Family History Binder – Part 6 – Documents
This is the sixth and final post of my Family History Binder series. Click here to go back to part one. In each section of my binder, I placed copies of every document I had about each individual i…
Using Free Genealogy Sites
Researching your Family History and don't want to spend a fortune but also want to use trusted resources? Then our review of the best Free Genealogy sites will certainly help!
Tracing Your Ancestors through Death Records: A Guide for Family Historians
Tracing Your Ancestors Through Death Records: A Guide for Family Historians by Celia Heritage. #gentipjar #genealogy #books
Tips for Organizing Genealogy Research - Root To Branches
Tired of not being able to find your documents and photos? These genealogy organization research tips can help you find the right artifact every time.
How to Locate Any Offline Genealogy Record in 1 Minute
Find genealogy records at libraries and archives fast with this amazing tool for family history research.
Want to Know Your Ancestor's World? Look at a Map. -
Be sure to read my article on why we genealogists need to use maps. These resources are ones that I[...]
Family History Binder – Part 3 – Dividers
This is the third post in my Family History Binder series. Click here to go back to part 1. My family history binder is broken into 16 sections. The dividers I used are the Avery Clear Pocket Label…
Family History Binder -Part 4 – Photos
This is the fourth post in my Family History Binder series. Click here to go back to part 1. The first divider in my family history binder is labeled “maps, photos, etc”. I had original…
Free Family Tree Template
Download a free printable Family Tree Template for Excel or Google Sheets that shows 6 generations on a single page. This is great for genealogy projects. It was inspired by the family tree view on ancestry.com and familysearch.org, and makes efficient use of the space on the left of the page. Design by Vertex42.com.