NEW – Today we’re answering a viewer question about the research and organization of family history records. It’s one thing to do genealogy research, but keeping organized is vital to breaking down brick walls and finding the records that answer your research question. This video does have a handout. See
Here are three quick genealogy record search tips. One is about the Associated Press Archived Records on Ancestry.com. Two, how to jump around in unindexed records to find hidden ancestors, and three, how to use the FHL numbers found in many records and how to locate those records on FamilySearch.org.
I’m going to teach you how to read between the lines in death certificates, how to find family history clues within them and items of interest to genealogists. Death certificates are often the first record a family historian finds when researching a new ancestor. I’ll also show you some tips