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You can find contact info for local Family History consultants on familysearch.org, who can help you with your research in-person, via phone and email. To do this, Go go familysearch.org Sign In, if you aren't already (button in the top-right corner) Click "Get Help" (button also in the top-right corner)… Read More...
It can be helpful to start a discussion in family search, asking for help in researching information on an individual. Others may be watching that individual too, and may be able to help. To start a discussion in Family Search, log into familysearch.org website (note: at the time of writing,… Read More...
Ancestry.com can give you automatic record hints (e.g. suggesting a birth certificate for one of your ancestors) without you doing nearly anything. To get their automatic record hints, you just need to sign up for ancestry.com and enter as much of your family tree as you know. After that, ancestry.com… Read More...
When researching your family tree, using Ancestry DNA can help you find other closely related users and their family trees. Here's how you can use Ancestry DNA for researching your family history: Get the Ancestry.com DNA tests done. It costs a few hundred dollars, and took a few weeks for… Read More...
FindAGrave.com is a database containing photos and information from 162 million graves. Often there are pictures of the graves, but usually there is important vital information like birthdate, date of death, parents, spouses, and children. Just go to findagrave.com's search page and enter as much information you know about your… Read More...