What hidden genealogy nuggets can you find in old city directories? You can find where they lived, what occupation they had, which company they worked for and a whole lot more. Start searching for your ancestors today in city directories. http://www.hiddengenealogynuggets.com/genealogyblog/2013/01/tuesdays-tip-city-directories/
Find your Dutch ancestors fast - For almost 200 years the Dutch authorities have been recording births, marriages and deaths in the Civil Register. Genlias provides you with information from these official records. Have you always wanted to know from whom you are descended? Genlias gives you a quick way to find your Dutch forebears, both in the Netherlands and overseas. Your search is in the most accurate source for Dutch genealogy, the Civil Register. And it is not difficult!
Genealogy's Star: It's full of information, especially the kind that saves you from learning only by your mistakes. It has tips, rules, explanations, and reasoning in genealogy research that doesn't cut it (aka: excuses, fallacies, lack of documentation or credit where it is due).
Genealogy by the States: This weeks blogging prompt is the state of New Jersey. Tell us about your families connection to New Jersey. If you do not have a connection to New Jersey, find a New Jersey Genealogy resource to blog about. See may family's connection to New Jersey below and check out a few New Jersey genealogy links. www.hiddengenealogynuggets.com/genealogyblog/2013/01/genealogy-by-the-states-%E2%80%93-week-3-%E2%80%93-new-jersey/