Genealogy Helps #09

Researching ancestry is an exciting and fun pastime which many people are taking up thanks to the easy accessibility of records through the internet and other forms of research.

This 193-page ebook is an amazing resource which will help you to find records in some amazing and unusual places, including;

  1. How to Find Adoption Records if You Need Them
  2. Prison Records and Your Genealogical Research
  3. Modern Genealogical Problems and How to Solve Them
  4. Things You Should Know Before Using Someone Else’s Research
  5. Confessions from a Family Historian (What I Should Have Done Right from the Beginning)
  6. 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for August
  7. Drawing Those Hesitant Relatives into Your Family Tree Research
  8. GeneFoods: The Pepperoni Roll and Its Origins
  9. English Settlers in Barbados
  10. Tartans: The Key to Clans
  11. The History of a Family: Using Naturalization Records as a Link to the Past
  12. 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for September
  13. Home is Where the Records Are: How to Mine Your Closets for Genealogical Gems
  14. Genealogy Notes: Why You Need Them and How to Take Them the Right Way
  15. GeneFoods: The Sinfully Delicious History of Deviled Eggs
  16. Y-DNA and the Enigma of Richard III
  17. 6 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for October
  18. The Biltmore: A Beautiful Piece of American History
  19. How to Research the Birthplaces of Your Ancestors
  20. Why You Should Incorporate Periodicals into Your Genealogy Research
  21. Who’s Who in the Wars of the Roses: Henry VI
  22. 10 “Must-Do” Genealogy Projects for November
  23. Who’s Who in the Wars of the Roses: Elizabeth Woodville
  24. GeneFoods: The Pumpkin Pie
  25. A History of Veterans Day
  26. Gustave Anjou: An Intriguing Career of Genealogical Fraud
  27. Who’s Who in the Wars of the Roses: Cecily Neville
  28. Was the First Thanksgiving Actually Held in Florida? An Interesting Historical Analysis
  29. Who’s Who in the Wars of the Roses: Anne Neville
  30. Charts and Forms for Genealogy, and How to Use Them

There’s a whole lot more to researching a family tree than at first meets the eye. Genealogy Helps #9 will show you what you should include when it comes to your research and why each individual things goes towards making a complete picture for you.

With records stretching across both sides of the Atlantic you won’t be stuck for ideas when it comes to looking for your family’s ancestors.

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