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Not sure where to begin your genealogy search? Follow these 10 sure-fire steps to learn how to start your genealogy.
Last Updated: 8 March 2019
Depending on the file, the form will either open immediately from the link you receive or instruct you to save the file to your hard drive. If you open the text forms directly, you can save them to your hard drive by pulling down your File menu and selecting Save As. You can also print forms by pulling down your File menu and selecting Print.
Last Updated: 8 March 2019
How to Get Started the Right Way
Last Updated: 8 March 2019
Beginners Guides, Hints & Tips
Last Updated: 8 March 2019
Genealogy.com is a source for family history buffs to find genealogical research originally posted in GenForum and our most popular genealogy articles. Start a search or browse below to start digging into your family's past!
Last Updated: 8 March 2019
So you want to find out about your family history. Maybe you want to learn the identity of your ancestors, and find out where they lived and what they did for a living. Use this FREE “Getting Started” guide from American Ancestors and New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS)—the most respected name in family history—and you’ll be on your way.
Last Updated: 30 August 2020
So you want to find out about your family history. Maybe you want to learn the identity of your ancestors, find out where they lived and what they did for a living? Or maybe your family lore includes stories of a Mayflower immigrant? Perhaps you’ve heard that your ancestor fought in the Revolutionary War or the Civil War? Or you may have medical concerns and wish to find out about your family’s medical legacy. Curiosity, lineage, and medical history are all common reasons to take up the growing hobby of genealogy. Offered by American Ancestors (New England Historic Genealogical Society)
Last Updated: 8 March 2019
Provided by the National Archives. They provide digitized images of many of the records through the National Archives Catalog. They also provide you with research tools, such as microfilm indexes, as well as resources, such as finding aids, articles, and information on where to find the records, how to access them, and how to conduct in-person research.
Last Updated: 8 March 2019