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What are the best sites to use to find information about your family tree?
What are the best sites that are free to research your family tree? Are there any other good resources to use?
Initially talk to all the older family members, asking them if there is a family Bible or any records that could be helpful. You want copies of birth and death certificates, plus Baptismal or any other pertinent records. There is a wealth of information on line. I find it helpful to store information in a computer program such as Family Tree or RootsMagic. Ancestry.com, Rootsweb, Fold3 for military records, Familysearch.org, Heritagequest, to name just a few. Also, there is probably a genealogy group in your county and it worthwhile to join even if your relatives live in another area. You will learn a lot from other researchers. You can even put a name into Google, use quotes around the name, and you might find a lot of information. There are numerous seminars to learn more about research on line and probably in your area. A very important search is found in your library. Many libraries can be researched on line as well. NARA , if you have one in your area is also a great place to do research.
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