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Family tree showing the relationship of each person to the orange person, including cousins and gene share.

I think I finally understand the 1st/2nd/3rd cousin once/twice/thrice removed!

I think I finally understand the cousin once/twice/thrice removed!

This PDF was created this FREE tool to help genealogists, and others researching their family history, to easily determine a person's age in a particular year.

Thank you Christina George. I created this FREE tool to help genealogists, and others researching their family history, to easily determine a person's age in a particular year. I made this after countless time.

When causes of death are unreadable or confusing you can look up the ICD code and find the cause of death in a clearly written database.

ICD Codes on Death Certificates Can Tell You How Your Ancestors Died

When causes of death are unreadable or confusing you can look up the ICD code and find the cause of death in a clearly written database.

12 Kinds of Marriage Records for Genealogy Research - Family Tree Magazine

Marriage Records Checklist

A genogram is a diagram of a family showing how they are related & gives the birth and death & marriage dates. It also shows your relationships within the family, such as siblings, cousins, aunts and uncles, grandparents, parents, etc.  It's also useful to record the cause of death, helping you to see if there are any family health problems.  My family has cardiac history.  I carry the chart & the Dr.s love it for the info it gives at a glance. Genogram image

Genograms are a great way to tell your family story because with these charts you can record family relationships -- like which family members loved or hated each other -- or even your potential risk for disease.

Virginia Genealogy: Sources & Resources - Carol McGinnis #virginia_genealogy #virginia_records #virginia_research

Virginia Genealogy: Sources & Resources - Carol McGinnis #virginia_genealogy #virginia_records #virginia_research

Have you ever wondered….. how many  Grand parents ancestors do I have? This chart explains the growth in the number of our ancestors as we look back in time

Have you ever wondered how many ancestors do I have? - Have you ever wondered…. how many Grand parents ancestors do I have? This chart explains the growth in the number of our ancestors as we look back in time

Compiled genealogies

The above screenshot is from FamilySearch’s Family Tree. James Simmons happens to be my great-grandfather. I always take a look at Fam.

Death Records - Family History Research-US

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Death Records - Family History Research-US. I didn't know about the info on the SS# application form , a couple of good ideas to remember

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