Supplies, Charts, Forms, Etc. Brett Family: Surname Genealogy, Family History, Family Tree, Family Crest. FamilySearch.org - Family History and Genealogy Records. Making a Family Tree. Genealogy beginning. Free genealogy resource. ROOTS-L: The Internet's First Genealogy Mailing List. What is ROOTS-L?
ROOTS-L is a mailing list for people who are interested in any or all aspects of genealogy, anywhere in the world. We're the original Internet genealogical mailing list (our first messages were posted in 1987), and the largest. But that doesn't mean we're not interested in new faces, new queries, new knowledge. Please join us! To subscribe, just send an e-mail to ROOTS-Lemail@example.com with the message subscribe To later unsubscribe (yes, not everyone chooses to stay with us), just send to that same address the message unsubscribe If you'd prefer digest mode instead of mail mode (single messages), send your subscribe message instead to ROOTS-Dfirstname.lastname@example.org. ROOTS-L Files and Databases Over the years, various people have voluntarily started and maintained a collection of files and databases in cooperation with other ROOTS-L participants. ROOTS-L Messages and Archives Monthly indexes, with links to the messages listed therein.
Other Genealogy Web Pages. Genealogy Peru. Free genealogy family history photo search by surname - Dead Fred .com. The Bailey's Free Genealogy Forms. Ghbrett's bookmarks tagged with "060408ClanScott" on del.icio.us. Popular pages tagged with "genealogy" on del.icio.us. S Guide to Tracing Family Trees. Where to begin?
Charles Dickens' David Copperfield must have been a closet genealogist. He said, "To begin my life with the beginning of my life, I record that I was born . . . " That's how you should begin also. Write down everything you already know about yourself, your parents, and your grandparents. Don't worry if, once you have it written down, you realize you do not know much.Get it down on paper so that you have a starting place. Start at Home. Birth, marriage and death records information (by states): What's available; who to contact; costs, etc. Vital Records VitalChek Use a Family and Home Information Sources Checklist as a guide to sources of information you might find in your home or the home of a relative.
What Should You Ask? Learn to ask the right questions. Names. Who were you named for? Be sure to write down the answers. Genealogy Getting Started. As you begin collecting information about your family heritage, you will quickly realize the importance of keeping good notes.
There are a variety of systems you can use, but the following charts and forms are commonly used and will be easily recognized by others. Download Pedigree Chart (PDF Format) One of the most basic and useful charts, this four-generation family tree helps record details for direct-line ancestors. The Genealogy Forum: Beginners' Center. Ethnic Toolkits. Genealogy form. SCOTT: Genealogy Queries. Introduction to Genealogy Research, Vital Records, and U.S. Census Data. Genealogists/Family Historians - About Genealogy Research. Family Tree Magazine - Beginning Genealogy. National Archive Publishing Company (NAPC) Family History and Genealogy Records. Digital Shoebox Collections : Home. Family heritage and archival scrapbooking supplies from Your Family Legacy. Genealogy Today: Family Tree History, Ancestry, Free Lookups. The Genealogy Home Page.