November 6, 2014

Marriage Index: Missouri, 1851-1900

Missouri’s central location attracted settlers from many different locations including New England, the Ohio Valley, the Appalachian region, the South, as well as Germany and other European nations. Because of this, Missouri family history information will be of interest to a great many researchers. This database contains information on approximately 409,000 individuals who were married in Missouri between 1851 and 1900. It includes information on marriages that occurred before marriage licenses were required and brings together previously uncollected information.
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November 5, 2014

Marriage Index: Kentucky, 1851-1900

This database contains information on approximately 318,000 individuals who were married in sixty-two Kentucky counties between 1851 and 1900.
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November 4, 2014

Marriage Index: Massachusetts, 1633-1850

This database contains an index to approximately 837,500 marriage records for individuals from Massachusetts who were married between 1633 and 1850. Records indexed may not be comprehensive for the time and region covered.
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November 3, 2014

5 Ways To Tell If Your Genealogy Research Is Accurate

5 Ways To Tell If Your Genealogy Research Is Accurate
There is a lot of guesswork and uncertainty in genealogy. People in the past may have put the wrong information on old records, either from genuinely not knowing, or from having something they wanted to hide. Mistakes can be made

Marriage Index: KY, NC, TN, and VA, 1660-1850

This database contains indexes to approximately 1,200,000 individuals from 333 counties in five states. Some Tennessee marriage records are from newspaper collections. Some Virginia records are from ecclesiastical marriage collections. Some West Virginia records date from prior to its statehood.
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November 2, 2014

Passenger and Immigration Research Basics: How to Find Your Ancestor’s Entry Into America

Passenger and Immigration Research Basics: How to Find Your Ancestor's Entry Into America
Most Americans have immigrant ancestors at some point in their family history. The only exceptions are Native American families who never married or had children with people from other societies. This means that you more than likely have numerous immigrant