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Genealogy Introduction Building Your Family Tree

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    Genealogy is the study of one s own family tree and the line or their ancestors. It s not enough for some folks to just know about themselves from the
    Message 1 of 1 , Nov 14, 2009
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      Genealogy is the study of one's own family tree and the line or their ancestors. It's not enough for some folks to just know about themselves from the restricted world they see. The possibility that your ancestor could be a knight of the Middle Ages or somebody who was a hero fighting the revolution is an exciting adventure and could help to make up who a person is today. But beyond what you are able to get from you older relatives and what they may turn up in the attic. Most people don't know how to research their family tree's history.
      The most obvious spot to discover information nowadays is the World Wide Web. Fortunately there's no shortage of information here. You are able to find anything on the World Wide Web you just have to know how to do it. The most obvious sources on the World Wide Web to research your family tree are sites that are specifically set up for this kind of research like Ancestry.com, Rootsweb, or My Heritage.com. All are outstanding websites that offer up several different sources of information.
      On these sites you are able to look up marriage licenses, birth or death certificates, military records, census records, wills, or even old tax information. The only tricky thing with tying to research your family tree history through these types of web sites* is filtering out which ones actually are your relatives. It's difficult to imagine how many different people might have the same names or very similar names of your past relatives. Simply by knowing bits and pieces from your past history, you'll be able to fill in the cracks.
      The more data you put into a search engine on these sites, the easier it will be to find you relatives. What's great about the web is that these web sites* have uploaded numerous records from places that the ordinary person would not have easy access to like Elise Island. You are able to occasionally find records from your ancestor's trip into America. The all important thing to remember about these records are that they were handwritten at the time. It is possible for the names to be spelled incorrectly.
      You will be able to also research your family history by getting records from the local court house. Like the genealogy sites, you can find marriage licenses, birth or death certificates, or divorce records. You may also find these records through your Department of State. Frequently these types of documents contains links to additional information or will fill in the holes that you might need to complete a more accurate research on the internet. Another less obvious spot to research would be places like funeral homes and cemeteries in the towns that your ancestors lived in . Likewise death records, funeral homes and cemeteries may provide hints like the names of spouses, children, or parents.
      Contrary to some other hobby, genealogy is an hobby that is rewarding because not only the individual who is doing the work, but also to additional family members and generations to come. If someone is to keep up with or complete the information you have started, it's important that you're supplying them with the most accurate information as possible.

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