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Ahnentafel _ Numbers / Charts

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Ancestors _ Female

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Ancestors _ German

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How to Find the Father of an Illegitimate Child - Family Tree Resources

Ancestors _ Illegitimate

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Native American Genealogy: Using the Dawes Rolls

Ancestors _ NativeAmerican / DawesRoll

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Have you found a criminal in your family tree? Click to read more about the types of genealogy records there are to explore for your criminal ancestor and discover their stories!

Ancestors _ Outlaws

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Ancestors _ Poor

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Ancestors _ PriorTo1837

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Ancestors _ UK / Scottish / Irish / English

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US Military Veterans Cemetery & Casualty Records Online

Ancestors _ Veterans _ Civil War/WW1/WW2/Other

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These new records could contain the family history information you've been waiting for! FamilySearch.org added new, free, historical records this week from England, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, Puerto Rico, South Africa and the United States including 2 million North Carolina birth, marriage, and death records (1800 to 2000). #genealogy #familyhistory #familysearch #genealogyresearch

Ancestry.com / FamilySearch

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Basics / Tools / HowTo

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Beginners

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Birth records are important records in our genealogy research and come in many forms.  Birth certificates, family Bibles, and church records are common sources of your ancestor's birth. As with all genealogy records, understanding what is available for the time and location of your ancestors is crucial.

Birth Records

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Brickwalls / Mistakes

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Census records reveal so much about our ancestors. There's more than just the Federal census. Explore the other types of census records for your genealogy.

Census Records

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Family Tree Templates - 20 Pages of Free Printable Family Tree Charts
CensusTools Genealogy Spreadsheets

Charts / Forms / Templates / Handouts

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Church Records

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How and Why to Cite Sources: An Interview with Elizabeth Shown Mills, Citation Guru

Citations

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Courses / Webinars

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One of the important research sources are found in the family Bibles – the record pages of births-marriages and deaths. Here one or more family members over the years the Bible was held by the family made a written record of major family events
DAR records can be a valuable and unique genealogical source. Learn to use them correctly with these tips.

DAR / Daughters of the American Revolution

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Cemetery photos are great in genealogy, but only if you get the right ones. Here are 5 photos you should take every time you go to the cemetery.

Death _ DRecords / Obituaries / Cemetaries/Burials

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How to Find Your Ancestors' Divorce Records | Are You My Cousin?

Divorce Records

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DNA

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Ellis Island

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