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Discover your ancestry and find family history with these five type of genealogy land records.
Search Ancestry.com strategically to come up with better results for your family history.
Learn how to use population density maps, which show you how many people lived in a particular area.
Don't let your veterans just fade away. Enlist the help of these five steps to find the stories behind your ancestors' military heritage.
Although 2016 marks the bicentennial of the words to “Silent Night,” perhaps the world’s most beloved Christmas carol, yuletide songs have been popular only since Victorian times.
Our Death Records Workbook, part of our Genealogy Records Workbook series, will help you locate records of your ancestors' deaths. This article includes a short How-To Video detailing what information about your ancestors can be found in death records, and what websites can provide the death details you seek.
Test your knowledge of death records with our quick genealogy quiz.
Learn how to use death records for your genealogy with these 8 fast facts.
Find your ancestors' Great War service records, casualty records and more with the help of these top 10 websites for WWI research.
There's more to the census than those every-10-years counts. These "extra" censuses of select populations may have just the ancestor answers you need.