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Titanic Captain among those listed as more than one million historic Liverpool crew lists are digitised by Ancestry – Ancestry Blog

We are all familiar with the ill-fated maiden voyage of the RMS Titanic. On the night of the 14th of April 1912, 1,500 people lost their lives after …

Free Online Historical Newspapers from Around the World

For those of us dedicated historical newspaper researchers, especially in the United States, somewhere back in time our ancestors came from somewhere …

Genealogy

Ancestry.com Updates Pennsylvania Death Certificates - Now 1906-1963

I posted Finding Genealogy Gems in Pennsylvania Death Certificates, 1906-1944 on 2 July 2014, and Ancestry.com has now extended the collection …

How to Find the New German Genealogy Civil Registration Records on Ancestry.com - Family Tree

Subscription genealogy site Ancestry.com just added 31 new databases for researching German ancestors. The 11.7 million records cover civil …

Ebola Has Been Around For Longer Than You'd Think

A family of viruses that Ebola belongs to may have existed over 20 million years ago, according to a new study published in the journal …

Tips for Finding Your Ancestors in German Civil Registration Records on Ancestry – Ancestry Blog

Ancestry has just launched more than 11.7 million new German records, the majority of which are birth, marriage, and death records. Initially, …

International Society of Family History Writers and Editors 2015 Excellence-in-Writing Competition Now Open

The International Society of Family History Writers and Editors (ISFHWE) is reminding writers IN ALL MEDIA (magazines, newspapers, journals, …

How do you master FamilySearch Family Tree?

The answer to the question in the post's title is simple: practice. But what do you practice? The answer to that question is also simple: you use the …