Family tree projects
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How Explore from Google Docs Can Help You Research Your Ancestors
Google is an integral part of modem genealogical research. Whether we’re conducting a search, reading archived material, taking notes or scanning photos, many of us have come to count on Google’s free tools - but there’s one genealogy research tool that gets missed all too often by family historians. Learn more now. #genealogy
Tips for Identifying People In Old Family Photos | Are You My Cousin?
Do you have unknown photographs in your closet? Still wondering just who is in that family photograph? How do you identify my unknown photographs? There are a number of ways to start identifying unidentified family photographs. The process is not quick, but can be very rewarding!
Who Counts as Family in a Family Tree? Who to Add and Who to Leave Out
The term family tree is defined as “a diagram showing the relationships between people in several generations of a family.” Add your parents, grandparents and great grandparents and you’re well on your way to building your own tree.But, as we all know, family is an incredibly complex concept - for this reason, the question of who counts as family in a family tree is far from simple. #genealogy