Tag: Genealogy Research Tips and Tricks

The Search Tricks You Need to Find Your Ancestors With Bing

As search engines go, Google is the undisputed king. But, while there’s much to be said about the benefits of turning to Google for genealogical research, family historians can also get great results from trying other search engines, like Bing. Here's how to make the most of your efforts.

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The 15 Minute Plan for Achieving Your Genealogy Goals in 2019

It’s every family historian’s dream to devote all of our waking hours to genealogy. Unfortunately, many of us don’t have the luxury of unlimited time - work, family, school, and other obligations often leave little room for hobbies. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't pursue our goals with gusto. Here's a plan to help.

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3 Signs You Should Scrap Your Family Tree and Start from Scratch

Often, when we first begin our research, we really don't know what we're doing and make a lot of mistakes. We forget to verify connections between generations, we don't always add sources, we copy from other people's trees... And then, somewhere down the line, we aren't exactly sure what's fact and what's fiction anymore. Here are 3 signs it's time to start over.

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