There are a lot of resources that include
- From Rachel Hobby Help <firstname.lastname@example.org> (In webpage format)
I’m somewhat of a genealogy fanatic, having traced a number of my family lines back to the 1600’s!
Anyhow I thought I’d reach out with an email as I felt you might be interested in my comprehensive 7,500 word Beginner’s Guide!
It took a few weeks to write, but hopefully it provides people with all the strategies they need to immerse themselves in this fascinating hobby.
Here’s the link if you’d like to check it out:https://hobbyhelp.com/genealogy/
- Of possible interest – https://www.wikitree.com/wiki/Space:Free_Genealogy_Courses_Online_-_links%2C_descriptions
- Since many Michiganders have Canadian roots the following may be of interest – Canadian Facebook pages/groups (both English and French): http://genealogyalacarte.ca/?page_id=10169
- Getting started Genealogy research suggestions.
- Newspaper research (added 12/2014)
- What Does it Mean? Genie Dictionary 1
- periodical-research (Word format) UPDATED Mar 2017)
- Where to find resources to study the history of a house-research-listing HOUSE RESEARCH LISTING
- Where to find Death info
- Ancestors portraits before photography
- Identifying Photographs
- Huguenots talk for 9-11 meeting
- Every day life: Family Historian vs Genealogy ARC-LIFE (Word format) UPDATED May 2018
All files are in a PDF format that uses Adobe Reader to open. To download the program free go to: Adobe Reader download
Family Search Wiki sites –
This page is to be updated as resources are provided.