It has become increasingly apparent recently that there are two distinct schools of thought regarding quality and depth in genealogy research. There are the genealogists who believe in working only with well-sourced, proven information – and then there are those of us who started our genealogical quests simply for the pleasure of doing so. Before […]
Ideally, I’d like to see an open and free exchange of genealogical data. I’ve long been a proponent of the open and free exchange of genealogy data to ensure ready access to information for everyone researching their family history. This morning, however, I read “Cooperation Makes Records Available for Free” at FamilySearch.org and it made […]
FamilySearch.org and Ancestry.com Updates and Additions to January 3, 2014 Family Search.org Russia Russia, Tatarstan Church Books, 1721-1939 United Kingdom England and Wales, Birth Index, 1800-1920 England and Wales, Death Index 1800-1920 England and Wales, Marriage Index, 1800-1920 United States Idaho, County Marriages, 1864-1950 Michigan, Eastern District, Naturalization Index, 1907-1995 Montana Naturalization Records, 1868-1999 Montana, […]
Agreement between Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org will enable future release of billions of records.
Agreement between Ancestry.com and FamilySearch.org will enable future release of billions of records. I rarely print press releases since I want this blog to resemble your local community genealogy center or club, where information, data and sources are made freely available and those involved in the pursuit of genealogy can communicate with me and with […]