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Free Forms - Family Tree Magazine 61 Free Genealogy Forms 8/31/2016 Getting organized and knowing how to address government agencies and organizations can help you get quicker, more effective results. Family Tree Magazine has created these 61 free genealogy forms that can help you access and organize your family history information. They're available in two formats: text and portable document format (PDF). #charts #forms #genealogy #familytree


Using Free Genealogy Sites

Using Free Genealogy Sites - Researching your Family History and don't want to spend a fortune but also want to use trusted resources? Then our review of the best Free Genealogy sites will certainly help! #freefamilyhistory


5 free genealogy websites for family history and ancestry research. Great for…


There are many free genealogy sites available on the web. Here is a handy reference of 10 of the largest and most useful free family history sites from

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5 Types of Maps Every Genealogist Should Know

Maps can show more than just roads. Learn about 5 different types of maps that can help you with your genealogy research.

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Tips to Locate Elusive Ancestors

Tips to Locate those Elusive Ancestors| One of the keys to doing research on your ancestors is to be patient. From there you can figure out using some of these suggestions of what you might be missing in finding those elusive ancestors. Use these alternative tips for researching those hard to find ancestors: #ancestor #genealogy #familytree #research #women


GENUKI provides a virtual reference library of genealogical information of particular relevance to the UK and Ireland. It is a non-commercial service, maintained by a charitable trust and a group of volunteers.