I've been looking for this. Common Nicknames & Their Given Name Equivalents: Finding Nicknames in Your Family Tree

Matching Up Nicknames with Given Names

"Common Nicknames & Their Given Name Equivalents: Finding Nicknames in Your Family Tree" Interesting, although sometimes "nicknames" are the legal given name.

Check out these New Year's Resolutions for Every Kind of Genealogist #genealogy

What a fun resolution! Check out these genealogy resolutions that will help bring a little historical light to your year.

Here is a list of 27 Colonial-era newspapers available online. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “27 Colonial Newspapers to Trace Your Early American Ancestry.” http://blog.genealogybank.com/27-colonial-newspapers-to-trace-your-early-american-ancestry.html

Here is a list of 27 Colonial-era newspapers available online. 27 Colonial Newspapers to Trace Your Early American Ancestry.

Irish Genealogy Cheat Sheet - Irish Genealogy - Research Your Heritage

Irish Genealogy Cheat Sheet

This handy chart explains how your cousins are related to you.  Click through for information about AncestryDNA cousin matches.

This handy chart explains how your cousins are related to you. Click through for information about AncestryDNA cousin matches. (because I've never learned how to "count" cousins.

Varieties and synonymes of surnames and Christian Names in Ireland

Varieties and synonymes of surnames and Christian Names in Ireland Mr GtGrandmother Eliza Jane Brown born about 1833 Belfast, Ireland married ST Pauls, Auckland, New Zealand James Hill. James Hill born about 1830 Co Tryone, Ireland.

Hangul for family members

Hangul for family members For girls, an older brother is Oppa, and for boys, an older girl is Noona.

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Actually, I'm glad my maternal grandma broke this tradition - I loved her but wasn't crazy about her name. ********* Traditional Scottish naming-pattern but sadly dying out .

11 Places To Look for School Records & Why You Might Want To Do That When Looking for Your Ancestors https://www.4yourfamilystory.com/blog/11-places-to-find-your-ancestors-school-records  #genealogy

Climbing the family tree and doing genealogy takes searching through all sorts of records like school records. Here are 11 places to look for your ancestor's school records.

Blonde hair, red hair, blue eyes... In Europe

Blonde hair, red hair, blue eyes... In Europe

The Research Notebook | One Rhode Island Family

10 Steps for Starting Your Family History Infographic by Diane Boumenot at One Rhode Island Family

Today we are going to take a closer look at the 1910 census record and I'll share with you some of my favorite bits. But here is the important thing I want you to remember: Look beyond the names and dates of birth. What are all of those other columns of information telling you? The PROCESS of analyzing the 1910 census is the same for censuses of other years. Now, let's get into my favorite parts of the 1910 census year! #genealogy

What Is The 1910 Census Telling You About Your Ancestor

Today we are going to take a closer look at the 1910 census record and I'll share with you some of my favorite bits. But here is the important thing I want you to remember: Look beyond the names and d (You Are My Favorite Thing)

Top 10 Essential Free British Genealogy Sites | Bespoke Genealogy

Top 10 Essential Free British Genealogy Sites

Top 10 Essential Free British Genealogy Sites | Bespoke Genealogy

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