12 Genealogy Sites You Must Search If You Have UK Ancestors
Do you have ancestors from England, Ireland, Wales or Scotland in your family tree? Having trouble with your Welsh, Scottish, Irish or English genealogy research? Here are 12 essential sites for researching your UK ancestry that your need to check to today! #genealogy
How to Find An Ancestor's Birth Date (Even If No Birth Record Is Found) | Are You My Cousin?
We are familiar with the traditional birth certificate research. We use those for documenting the birth date of an ancestor, their parents' names, and their location in time. But you do not have to go too far back in your research timeline to a point when
Where to find British and Irish Burial Records
Find out where your British ancestors are buried. The best British and Irish genealogy research resources for burial records. #genealogy #familyhistory #ancestors #genealogyresearch #genealogyskills #heritage #familytree #bespokegenealogy #england #wales #uk #scotland
Were Your Ancestors in the Poor House? Here's How to Find Out
Genealogy Research Tips: Have you ever said this? Don't spend so much - You'll land us in the poor house! This old saying has a basis in reality because the poor house was a real place! Here's how to find out if members of your family tree were in the workhouse. #genealogy
Thousands of 1890 Census Records DO Still Exist: Here's How to Find Them for Free | Family History Daily
Some 1890 U.S. census records do still exist - they can even be viewed online for free. Want to know where to find this important free genealogy resource and how to use it in your ancestry research? #ancestry #freegenealogy
Find Females in the Family Tree | Are You My Cousin?
Tracking down our female ancestors requires thinking "outside the box". Always focusing on her may not yield our desired results. By taking our focus off of our female ancestor, we can be sure of exhausting all possibilities of finding her in the records.