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- Can Ancestry DNA ThruLines Help Solve Genealogy Brick Walls?
Quick Tips for Researching in Newspapers The Basics of Using Newspapers.com for Genealogy Research Using Keywords to Discover Your Ancestors in Newspapers.com How to Add Newspapers.com Clippings to Ancestry.com Review the John Townley Brick Wall Series My Genealogy Brick Wall - John Townley Clues from death records Clues from early census records Clues from descendancy research Clues from online trees Clues from city directories Clues from land records Clues from newspapers Clues from Same Name Research Methodology Writing Conclusions After Busting a Genealogy Brick Wall
- How to Record Stillbirths on Your FamilySearch or Ancestry Family Tree
If you're using Ancestry, you can use a stillborn MyTreeTag on the profile. Continue Learning About Online Trees Whether you like Ancestry, FamilySearch, or other online trees, keep your genealogy education going with the following posts: How do I know if a record belongs to my ancestor?
- Easily Find Marriage Notices in Newspapers.com Using Ancestry
Introducing to the Ancestry Marriage Records Index In the fall of 2020, Ancestry released a searchable index that is hyper-focused on the marriage articles found in Newspapers.com. Watch this video to see how to use the Newspapers.com Marriage Index on Ancestry. Don't you just love letting Ancestry do the heaving lifting for you? Here are the answers I gathered from the Ancestry.com team. Indexes for other countries will be added to Ancestry in the coming year.