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Genealogy Wall Chart Printers

As researchers we spend years collecting the names, dates, photos, stories and other details of our ancestors – but what do we do with it? Leave it on the computer? Why? Why not print it out and show it off? Some write a book, some scrapbook or create other craft items. Others create a chart. […] Continue reading →

Worldwide Honour Roll Project

Back in 2013 Heather Rojo, of the Nutfield Genealogy blog fame, started her Honor Roll Project. To explain just what it is Heather says  … “The Honor Roll Project is an effort to transcribe and photograph military honor rolls. The transcribed names make the soldiers available for search engines, so that descendants and family members […] Continue reading →

Inspiring Genealogy Blogs – August 2015

Welcome to my latest Inspiring Genealogy Blog post. Here are a collection of posts that I’ve read during August that I’ve found intriguing, useful and/or inspiring. In this edition of Inspiring Genealogy Blog posts we have posts that cover:  mobilegeddon, desktop genealogy software, citations, labelling digital photos, is your research intellectual property?, and who owns […] Continue reading →

Free Research Guides from Ancestry

Sometimes all you need to get you on the right track, is a little guidance. And that’s what Ancestry gives you with their research guides. These are short, useful research guides that cover a specific topic or country, and they are FREE to download. While I see that a number of these are dated 2014, […] Continue reading →