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Using the GRO database with an American credit card to download English birth/marriage/death records

Using the GRO database with an American credit ...

Do you have ancestors or family connections from England or Wales from the mid-1800s? If so, there’s an inexpensive resource that may help with your research or even break through...

Using the GRO database with an American credit ...

Do you have ancestors or family connections from England or Wales from the mid-1800s? If so, there’s an inexpensive resource that may help with your research or even break through...

A family history website that will last 100 years: Bold idea, but lots of questions

A family history website that will last 100 yea...

Here at EasyGenie, we’re focused on helping other genealogists preserve and share genealogy for future generations using paper genealogy charts and printable genealogy PDFs. Last week, blogging platform WordPress announced...

A family history website that will last 100 yea...

Here at EasyGenie, we’re focused on helping other genealogists preserve and share genealogy for future generations using paper genealogy charts and printable genealogy PDFs. Last week, blogging platform WordPress announced...

Ancestry's indexing experiment with firms in China

Ancestry's indexing experiment with firms in China

I follow genealogist Michele Lewis on TikTok. She recently found an unusual Ancestry.com transcription from the 1820 Federal Census. Check out the handwritten first name. What does it look like...

Ancestry's indexing experiment with firms in China

I follow genealogist Michele Lewis on TikTok. She recently found an unusual Ancestry.com transcription from the 1820 Federal Census. Check out the handwritten first name. What does it look like...

History Mystery #7 from an 1835 stone farmhouse: Readers delivered the solution

History Mystery #7 from an 1835 stone farmhouse...

Nearly three dozen of you tried to guess the object for last week’s history mystery, as well as the text that was partially obscured by rust. You can see a...

History Mystery #7 from an 1835 stone farmhouse...

Nearly three dozen of you tried to guess the object for last week’s history mystery, as well as the text that was partially obscured by rust. You can see a...

Blended Family Chart Kit update: bad news with a silver lining

Blended Family Chart Kit update: bad news with ...

I have some good news and bad news about EasyGenie charts. I’ll start with the bad news. The printed Blended Family Genealogy Kit with Multiple Spouses will be discontinued. This...

Blended Family Chart Kit update: bad news with ...

I have some good news and bad news about EasyGenie charts. I’ll start with the bad news. The printed Blended Family Genealogy Kit with Multiple Spouses will be discontinued. This...

History mystery #7: Strange object in an 1800s farmhouse

History mystery #7: Strange object in an 1800s ...

Another history mystery! The object shown below is mounted on a cellar stairway in a northern New York farmhouse built in the 1830s, although the object may have been added...

History mystery #7: Strange object in an 1800s ...

Another history mystery! The object shown below is mounted on a cellar stairway in a northern New York farmhouse built in the 1830s, although the object may have been added...