Your Best Genealogy Discoveries


What are the best genealogy discoveries you've made in your family research? Do you have a great tip?  Please share the wealth of your expertise--others will appreciate it!

You can discuss--

  • discoveries made in census records
  • discoveries made in vital statistics records
  • discoveries made regarding oral history
  • other discoveries made in your genealogy research
  • interesting photos from your family archives
  • what has stirred your interest in knowing your family history
  • or, anything genealogy-related you would like to discuss.

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You may submit as many times as you like.

All you have to do is fill out the form below.  If you have photos to add--even better! 

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Your Best Genealogy Discoveries

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What Other Visitors Have Said

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Jumping Into the Pool--Finding Hidden Ancestors Using DNA 
I had never taken a genealogy DNA class before. Genealogy Grandma (my mom), and most of my family had taken an array of the popular tests being …

CAAGS Conference 2016 - Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome 
When I chose to attend the Calfornia African-American Genealogical Society (CAAGS) Annual Conference, there were a number of workshop titles I wanted to …

My Best Discovery: My Paternal Side 
After being away from my father for the first 27 years of my life due to situations and circumstances, I reconnected with him and met my grandmother(his …

My Half-Sister's Cousin 
My friend of many years had introduced me to genealogy about 15 years ago. I, not being one that would be comfortable at my local library, I attempted …

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