Grave marker symbols can provide a fascinating look at your ancestors’ lives. This guide will help you decipher what they mean.
Trying to date an old photo? This new tool from MyHeritage says it can provide one. But can it really tell you when a picture was taken?
There’s a lot of hilarious genealogy humor floating around the internet, here are ten finds that made us laugh the loudest. 1. General Relativity is a Breeze 2. How Will You Be Remembered? 🙂 3. It’s the Truth 4. My Family History is Finally Complete! (um, no) 5. Family History Secrets …
Second cousin, or first cousin once removed? These relationships are confusing to almost everyone, but the answer is simpler than you think.
Is the MyHeritage Reimagine app worth a try? From simple scanning, to photo enhancements like colorization and fixing tears, we’ve tested it all.
Confused about what a suffix added to a name is, what is means and how it should be written? This short guide will help you make sense of it.
Family history research is one of the most popular hobbies on earth, and one of the most enjoyable. But it’s also easy to get overwhelmed by everything you’ve collected. Here’s why this might be happening to you, and how to fix it.
OK, OK, we promise this article is all in good fun. After all, we genealogists are usually fairly easy-going folks, and goodness knows we’re patient — after all, we’ve waited ten whole years for the 1950 census! But, alas, sometimes even the best of us let things get under our skin (even if we know we shouldn’t).
Ever-growing access to online records means that many family history researchers aren’t taking advantage of physical repositories like they used to. But, as we discuss in this article about the important of offline records, a great deal of what we need to really understand our ancestors still cannot be found digitally.
Whether you’re hoping to find the obituary, death or funeral notice of someone dear to you, or to uncover more facts about an ancestor, the following guide will help you locate the records you’re looking for.