Grandma passed away in December of 2007 at the age of 101( b 1906). Each of us grandchildren felt very close to grandma and despite the years that have passed, I still miss her, as I know all our family does. I have finished transcribing the diary she kept for the years 1933-1936. This may seem strange, but I was … Read More
Avid genealogists share whatever information they have – whether on their family or on someone else’s. Wonderful tips and suggestions pour over our computer screens on a daily basis. We willingly share memories and stories to try to bring the past to life. It can be a desperate attempt to re-create the past in order to gain some sense of … Read More
Once you have found the obituary for your ancestor’s death, take note of the name of the funeral home that handled the arrangements. Then, contact them to see what information they have in their records regarding your ancestor. Funeral homes keep detailed records about the individuals that they provide service to and care for. Funeral home records can be a … Read More
Not all of our white European ancestors came to America willingly. Joseph Anton Haas (Dec. 18, 1825 – Mar. 26, 1890) arrived at the port of New York with his family on November 17, 1849 aboard the ship Louisiana. Rosina Flicker (Apr. 25, 1823 – Nov. 3, 1882) and several hundred others were also aboard that ship. The passengers that … Read More
Preview: Our Family Historian program is nearly complete. Below you’ll see a preview to the program – the introduction. Illustrations, photographs and precise notes on each topic yet to be extracted from each section but an overview is offered here. Your feedback and potential interest in registering for the course are appreciated. Thank you for your interest and feedback. We’re … Read More
It’s interesting how genealogical records can provide a glimpse of our own personal history, but can also offer a peek at something of historical curiosity. How about a dose of haunted history? On August 4th, 1892 at the address of 92 Second Street in Fall River, Massachusetts there was a double murder committed that would continue to be talked about … Read More
This four generation genealogy form is ideal for documenting family genealogy. This form includes documentation lines for up to four siblings for the individual on the form. We have provided this as a free printable download below in PDF format.
Genealogical research is not complete without quality genealogy forms to document generations of lineage. This free printable genealogy form provides space for up to four generations of any family as well as five siblings for the individual on the form. This form is available for download in a PDF file below.
Keeping track of your family lineage is a very important part of genealogical research. We have provided this family tree form that records up to four generations of lineage for any individual and their spouse. This form is available for free download below in a PDF file.
This free printable family tree form can help make your genealogy documenting easy. We have provided space for five generations of family to be listed for any individual and their spouse. This form is available for quick and easy download in PDF format.