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The Obituary Daily Times Index and the U.S. Obituary Collection - Are you looking for living or recently deceased family members? Join Crista Cowan for a look at The Obituary Times Daily Index and the U.S. Obituary Collection. With more than 44 million records (and more being added every day), these two collections are vital to descendancy research.

Obituaries. Poster prepared by FamilySearch.org Search obituaries here: www.genealogybank... #ahoy #obits #Familysearch #RootsTech

Here is a fun printable to capture fun facts of each of your family members. MomItForward.com

Download this PowerPoint deck from GenealogyBank’s recent webinar tutorial to see several examples of the types of articles that you can find in old newspapers that can be used to trace your family tree and uncover your family history. Watch the webinar video recording “How To Find Your Family Stories in Newspapers” for an expert-led walk-through of the PPT slides on YouTube at www.youtube.com/....

Preschool art idea: parents draw tree, write family member's names with brown sharpies, students and parent use finger prints to make circle shapes in different sizes!

A photo of Adele Marquis and her brother August Simard, published in the Boston Herald (Boston, Massachusetts), 9 August 1939. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “‘Ah-Ha!’ Moment: GenealogyBank Member’s Favorite Family Find.” blog.genealogyban...

How To Use Family Search - Genealogy Boot Camp Part 4 PowerPoint Presentation by GenealogyBank, via Slideshare

Using Ancestry.com - Genealogy Boot Camp Part 3 PowerPoint Presentation by GenealogyBank, via Slideshare

Genealogy is the insanity of searching for family members with the same name over and over! House of History, LLC.

Using GenealogyBank - Genealogy Boot Camp Part 2 PowerPoint Presentation by GenealogyBank, via Slideshare

A life binder for each member of the family, remember to keep it updated. Good for also grabbing in an emergency situation.

Learning family history helps children to know and understand themselves and other family members a little better. It also helps adults to understand how their history has shaped their present.