By Katy Barnes If you’ve entered your family names into a genealogy database like FamilySearch.org or Ancestry.com and didn’t find the answer you were seeking, don’t give up hope! Did you know there are millions of pages of digitized records online at FamilySearch.org that don’t show up when you conduct a general search?
by Amy Johnson Crow No two genealogy websites are exactly alike. FamilySearch.org doesn’t look like Ancestry.com, which doesn’t look like findmypast.com or MyHeritage.com. None of them look like the website of your favorite library or genealogy society. It can feel a little overwhelming to learn the ins and outs of each website. However, we can […]
Looking for genealogical online records can be like looking for a needle in a prairie full of haystacks. Which haystacks do you search? In which order? We’ve just released a new filtering feature that will help you separate the hay from the needles. After you conduct a search, you can filter your results by: Birth […]