There is a lot of controversy going on about the U.S. birth certificate, People are making claims that they are cashing in on there birth certificate to pay bills, such as, electric, gas, water, even buying houses and...
A list of interview questions is provided for conducting a genealogy or family history interview. It is geared towards getting information about the individual, about the family, and about history.
39th Kentucky Mounted Infantry, U.S. Volunteers, Regimental Standard. According to at least one source, this regimental flag is unique in the fact that it does indeed say "Mounted Infantry" in the banner beneath the...
Ronald Stone was my uncle. He was also a bomber pilot in world war 2. We knew what happened to him. Or so we thought. Until we found this shocking secret!
This site will share with you some of the history of the French Huguenots and the French speaking Walloons and their relationship to family history and genealogy. Genealogists and family historians have a special...
Abraham Tower lived a long life. I'm documenting it as I work on a book about his childhood in Indiana, his Civil War experiences and his later life in the midwest. He died in 1930.
Another mystery on the family tree - here's how I solved it. Maybe you can pick up some tips.
That son referred to in this happy exchange later became my husband. Some family history during WWII included plus photos.
Are you a descendant of the Porters from middle Tennessee? You may be related to me, too. Check out this article about the Porter family.
My family genealogy history research through paternal grandmother Georgianna von Meyer (born Ives) Clock-maker's from Connecticut.