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THIS WILL BECOME MORE VALUABLE AS TIME GOES BY. A Great Gift to your family.#genealogy

Writing Family History Made Very Easy

THIS WILL BECOME MORE VALUABLE AS TIME GOES BY. A Great Gift to your family.#genealogy

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All sorts of Genealogy Forms and Charts available: Spreadsheet, Relationship, Pedigree, Individual, Family, Life Timeline, Electoral, and Research charts.

Free Fillable Genealogy Forms - The Australian Family Historian

All sorts of Genealogy Forms and Charts available: Spreadsheet, Relationship, Pedigree, Individual, Family, Life Timeline, Electoral, and Research charts.

If you want to find out more about your family, download the life history questions and make time to interview your family members. Learn some fun facts.

Life History Questions Printable - Mom it Forward

If you want to find out more about your family, download the life history questions and make time to interview your family members. Learn some fun facts.

How to make a family heritage genealogy photo book with your family tree

Tips for Creating a Family Tree, Heritage or Genealogy Photo Book |

How to make a family heritage genealogy photo book with your family tree

How to make a family heritage genealogy photo book with your family tree

Tips for Creating a Family Tree, Heritage or Genealogy Photo Book |

**Post updated March 2020**With the passing of a beloved aunt a few months ago, I acquired a box of old family photos that she had stashed away. As I went through them they brought back fond memories of my childhood, and a small amount of horror as I saw a few of my hideous hairdos […]

Week 3: Top Five Questions to ask your Parents or Grandparents about their teenage years ~ Teach Me Genealogy

Week 3: Top Five Questions to ask your Parents or Grandparents about their teenage years

KEEP THIS GOING - WEEK 3: TEENAGE YEARS - 5 Questions to ask my parents or grandparents this week: Who did you have a “crush” on? Tell me about your first date. What famous person did you look up to What jobs did you have and how much did you earn? Tell me about when you learned to drive a car. Who taught you? What type of car was it? That's it!! Easy right? Click here to view week 1 and week 2 questions >> "Keep Connecting The Dots!" -Sarah

muahrilou: Family History Binder - some good ideas for keeping records & research notes organized

Family History Binder

I have been doing my family history research from time to time. I still have so much information to gather but it does not discourage me but...

the easiest search log we may ever use in genealogy and family history research

The easiest search log we may ever use

the easiest search log we may ever use in genealogy and family history research

Creating a family history album

Creative "Try"als

Hello and thank you for stopping by my blog! If you have been here before you know that I like to make unique gifts. One thing I strive to do with my gift giving is to add value and meaning to the recipients life. That is especially true when it comes to a wedding gift. I had so much fun making this one - a wedding gift inspired by love songs. The title of the gift is inspired by the song, "Love You Like a Love Song" by Selena Gomez. The other songs I chose helped me with what I purchased…

Create a Family History Photo Book for the Holidays

Create a Family History Book for the Holidays

A family history photo book would make a meaningful holiday gift. We'll share five ways to make your family history book project manageable.

15 Ways to Honor or Write About Family Members and Relatives You Don't Remember or Never Knew.

15 Ways to Honor Relatives You Don't Remember - Treasure Chest of Memories

15 Ways to Honor or Write About Family Members and Relatives You Don't Remember or Never Knew.

More wonderful tips on writing your family History!

Do More With Photo Management. Organize, Find, Tag and Share Photos

More wonderful tips on writing your family History!

How to make a family heritage genealogy photo book with your family tree

Tips for Creating a Family Tree, Heritage or Genealogy Photo Book |

**Post updated March 2020**With the passing of a beloved aunt a few months ago, I acquired a box of old family photos that she had stashed away. As I went through them they brought back fond memories of my childhood, and a small amount of horror as I saw a few of my hideous hairdos […]

5 Questions To Ask Your Parents or Grandparents This Week. Week 1

5 Questions To Ask Your Parents or Grandparents This Week. Week 1

I am so grateful I took the time to interview my grandma before her passing. When I first started asking her questions about her life growing up, she was very hesitant and would frequently say "we were seen and not heard in my day". As sad as that is, it was also true. She lived a life of not expressing herself and not asking questions. However, I wanted more than anything to gain a deeper knowledge about her life, so I started small. Each week I would call her on the phone and talk about…

Template to attach a picture of heirlooms you have. You may know who that chair belonged to, but no one else does! Keep all together in a portfolio.

Keeping Track of those "Heirlooms" and Confused Frogs

My mom was here the other day and we were looking at old photos and found some photos of furniture that belonged to my great grandparents. One of those pieces, a chair, I have in my house. It made me think about the "stuff" I have around my own house. My boys have no idea what might be a family piece vs something I picked up on the side of the road. Sure, nothing is an antique that would make them rich (that I know of!), but one day they may want to know if any of this "stuff" has special…