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April 2010 Family History Expos Newsletter

Welcome to the April Family History Expos Newsletter! This month we were at the Family History Library for our April Research Retreat.  Our professional genealogists and staff assisted Retreat goers with breaking down their brick walls. We will be placing special emphasis on immigrant ancestors. As you research, it’s a good idea to be constantly learning.  Keeping up by reading genealogy magazines and journals, blogs, social networking tools, genealogy websites and asking the opinion... Read More →

Weekly Tip: Census Transcribing

There’s nothing like finding an ancestor on the U.S. Federal Census to get your family history research going.  But it can be difficult to remember and read the columns on a census record.  In some cases you may find it easier to transfer information you find on the census onto another form. Don’t recreate the wheel; there are several websites that provide you with free census forms that you can use for your family history research. One way to make transcribing easier and neater... Read More →