Learn my secret trick for researching records and how I found a missing 8 year old boy in the 1870 U.S. Census with this unique strategy anyone can use. There is a handout for this episode. Information about how to get the handout below. Note: You will need a recent
In this 300th Episode we’re celebrating with a contest and learning about how you can find other records to substitute what was lost in the 1890 U.S. Census. Enter to win a free subscription to Ancestry.com and the Genealogy TV Academy. HOW TO ENTER and RULES FOR THE 300th Episode
Learn how to use MS Excel to extract your ancestors in the U.S. Census to help find other family members living around your target ancestor. Even if you have never used Excel before, this is a step-by-step guide to how to import census data into Excel so you can filter
I’m going to show you how to look at the 1880 census record like you’ve never looked at it before. There are so many hints and clues in this one record that I bet you can’t find them all. How many hidden clues are there in this one 1880 Census?