Genealogy Research

April 09, 2021
Anyone who knows Australian genealogist Jill Ball knows she emanates excitement for anything family and family history oriented. She blogs a…
February 03, 2021
We are all proud of where we come from. Whether you’re a first-generation immigrant or you have just discovered your roots by taking a DNA t…
December 22, 2020
When tracing your family history in Puerto Rico, you’ll want to consult two important kinds of vital records—civil registration and church r…
August 17, 2020
If your family has been removed from your Armenian heritage for a generation or more, you may be looking for ways to build your family tree.…
June 07, 2020
More than 1.2 million people of Chinese descent live in Australia today. While many are first-generation immigrants, others have deeper root…
May 23, 2020
If you have United States ancestry, it is possible that you have an ancestor or ancestors who served in the United States military. Military…
April 09, 2020
Although Ellis Island is now a mere relic of the past, Ellis Island facts, figures, and myths continue to fascinate people today. This fasci…
December 16, 2019
It’s a question that nearly everyone asks at least once: “Do I have royal blood?” If you have British ancestors, there’s a chance that you c…
November 07, 2019
Learning about an ancestor’s death can be key to learning about the person’s life. Records about death can help confirm someone’s identity a…
June 07, 2019
Hundreds of FamilySearch affiliate libraries are helping extend FamilySearch’s services to millions of patrons worldwide. Although FamilySea…
June 07, 2019
Reference librarians like to stay in the know so they can effectively answer their patrons’ questions. However, sometimes family history pat…
June 06, 2019
There are over 500 FamilySearch affiliate libraries worldwide today. These affiliates help FamilySearch create broader access to historical …
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