Discover Your Ancestors is a leading UK based family history "bookazine" available from good newsagents in USA, UK, Canada, Australia and New Zealand. Issue 2 of this glossy and well researched annual title is now hot off the press - check with your local quality newsagent. If you can't locate a copy simply email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, quoting CyndiMarch13, and we will arrange to send you a copy in the good old fashioned post, with issue 1 included at no extra cost in the price (USD 20 includes P and P, while stocks last). You can also pre-register to our monthly e-magazine subscription service, Discover Your Ancestors Periodical, at www.discoveryourancestors.co.uk - leave your email address and we'll keep you posted as we launch this exciting new online version in April 2013.
Discover your Eastern European family history and start your family tree. Find resources for all Eastern European countries and access many genealogy records. This website is dedicated to making Eastern European ancestry research as free as possible.
Customized, private tours for singles, couples of families in Europe since 1996. Specializing in Germany, the Alsace and parts of Austria and Switzerland. German-speaking guide and organizer James Derheim has been serving family historians as a professional photographer since 1989.
From Sense About Science - Many companies now offer to tell you about your ancestors from a DNA test. Adverts for these tests can give the impression that your results are unique and that the tests will tell you about your specific personal history, but the very same history that you receive could equally be given to thousands of other people. Conversely, the results from your DNA tests could be matched with all sorts of different stories to the one you are given: you cannot look at DNA and read it like a book or a map of a journey. This guide will help explain why, and what it is exactly that genetic ancestry companies are offering.
Fill your StoryPress Library with storybooks that inspire you in different ways: a collection of family stories, or even an audio diary. Make StoryPress interactive: create guided interviews directed by you, with the spoken anecdotes contributed by a mentor, a friend, or a family member, near or far. Available for the iPad and coming soon for Android.
A free service that is currently focused around delivering large circular pedigree charts to those interested in seeing most of their family tree in a single glance. Merge your FamilySearch tree or
GEDCOM file with the charts.
The genealogy of Thaddeus COLLINS, 1762-1828, his descendants to 1920, and his ancestors to Deacon Edward COLLINS, 1603-1689. Full source citations, including images, over 1500 census images (with citations), and over 850 links to Find a Grave memorial web sites.
Latest news, views and general observations from the world of genealogy, keeping you up to date with new developments in the world of family research. Feel free to comment, tweet or share the articles, it’s a social family history site for everyone!
Treelines are storylines for your family tree. A tool focused entirely on the stories that your genealogical discoveries reveal. The stories are told along a corresponding timeline, displaying the stories of how you did the research while sharing what you learned. Winner of the 2013 RootsTech Developer Challenge.