Archive for October 4, 2013

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Tried and true strategies for finding an ancestor’s birth records and information.

 

 

Having trouble finding your ancestor’s birth records and information? Check out these practical suggestions you may not have thought of.

 
birth recordsOne of the most vital pieces of information you can locate as you begin your ancestor search is the birth information. Pinpointing a birth date and location for someone is obviously very important and impacts how you proceed with the rest of your research. There are many avenues to pursue when searching for birth records and information. Many genealogists check the usual sources, online or not, and aren’t aware of other useful sources. It’s also helpful to check several different sources to gather corroborating evidence of birth information. There may be discrepancies you never knew existed that can only be found by checking multiple sources.

For more information on tried and true sources for birth records and information visit:
http://www.theancestorhunt.com/1/post/2013/10/19-ways-to-find-someones-birth-information.html#.UkyS3RDB_xz

Looking for help with birth records and information or other types of records? Contact Heirlines Family History and Genealogy, breaking through family history walls for almost 40 years. Give us a call and speak with one of our professional genealogists today.

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Family History Research Degree Is Now Available Online!

 

 

Earn an Applied Associate Degree (AAS) in Family History Research from BYU-Idaho online.

family historyToo busy with your genealogical research to work on your own accreditation? BYU-Idaho, in partnership with the Family History Department, may have the solution you’ve been looking for.

BYU-Idaho offers an Applied Associate Degree (AAS) in Family History Research which can be earned completely online.

The program emphasizes research skills and methodology that are fundamental to professional genealogists consisting of eighteen courses following a standard semester schedule of fourteen weeks of instruction.

Completion of this degree can be a major step in eventually acquiring your professional accreditation of choice.

For more information visit:
https://familysearch.org/blog/en/byuidaho-introduces-online-degree-family-history-research/

If you’re looking for a bachelors degree in Genealogical research, here’s a link to Genealogy.edu

Looking for help with your genealogical research? Contact Heirlines Family History and Genealogy, breaking through family history walls for almost 40 years. Give us a call and speak with one of our professional genealogists today.

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