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Cousin Relationship Chart

Have you ever wondered what something like “Second Cousin Once Removed” means or what exactly is your relationship to a more distant relative? Well, this chart is one of the easiest to understand! The top version is in color and … Continue reading

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Free Genealogy Databases and Resources Online

Free Genealogy Databases Ellis Island 1892-1924 ~ This requires you to create a free account. Once you have one, hover over the Ellis Island tab and then click on Passenger Search. Pilgrim Ship Lists Early 1600’s ~ Over 7100 families … Continue reading

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Free Genealogy Forms and Charts

Family Charts and Trees Five-Generation Ancestor Chart by Family Tree Magazine Step-Family Tree by Family Tree Magazine Sibling Tree by Wakefield Family History Sharing 8-Generation Fan Pedigree Chart by Mary and Duane Bailey Fan Pedigree Chart by Wakefield Family History Sharing Family Tree Fan Template by  Family … Continue reading

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Going From Beginner Genealogist To Intermediate

While I was creating a new account with a genealogy group the other day, I was asked the simple question regarding if I am a beginner, intermediate, advanced, or professional genealogist.  Sounds like a simple question… but is it? I … Continue reading

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Free Genealogy Resource PDF ~ King Robert I & The LAKEY Family

Check this offer out QUICKLY! (The graphic to the left is just a part of the ad for the offer. ) I just got my free copy of “the complete latest edition of King Robert I” from the Family Forest … Continue reading

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Submit Questions to Digging For Ancestors

Is there something particular that you would like to know?  Do you have a comment or question for Digging For Ancestors?  Just fill in the form below and I will see what I can do. Thanks and Happy Digging!

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