Genealogy – Family Tree Forms, Research and Tips
Genealogy and family tree enthusiasts seek to collect undocumented and previously unpublished history and genealogy related data pertaining to our families. On Geneosity.com we’re offering the tools and resources to assist you in succeeding in your genealogy work.
In 2012 Geneosity has provided the download of over 2,000 genealogy forms. Our most popular forms in 2012 are:
Our most popular resource categories are genealogy forms and local vital records pages. Genealogical research requires scouring libraries, books and the web in search of records associated with our ancestors and we’re all continually interested in finding new sources of information. You are encouraged to recommend a new source based on the categories listed below. If you are aware of great resources in your local area please let us know about them and we will add them to the website for others to enjoy.
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Our website offers a listing of online resources as well as free genealogy forms and family tree charts to be used in organizing your own personal research.Is there something you would like to see added to this site? Please leave a comment for us on any page of Geneosity.com and we will attend to the request right away.
Getting stuck on a particular part of your research or curious what you can accomplish researching your family? Visit our Genealogy Interactive page to post a question, read questions from others or to contribute your expertise for a reader’s question.
“I should flatter myself with the notion that my children’s, children’s children will have the curiosity, ambition and perseverance to do long hours of work trying to discover my identity and facts about my life. Ironically, however, if my body of work endures that same initial curiosity will be satisfied all too easily and cheaply. I suppose that I had better live a damn good story.”