Looking for Someone From Your Past?

Are you looking for someone? A former classmate? Old friend? Military buddy? Birth parent? Lost relative? If so, then you're not alone. Thousands of people head online every day in search of details on missing people. And more and more of these people are finding...

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Genealogy Research in the USA

If your ancestors have been living in the USA for several generations, they will have provided many different sources or documents about them, over their lifetimes. Whether they lived in a big city or a farm by a very small village, there are a variety of records that...

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Follow Your Indirect Ancestors

As a beginner in genealogy building your family tree, you are likely very excited as you find yet another ancestor of yours. Once you find that first greatgreatgrandfather and his family, you probably did one of those little happy jigs at success! It is so satisfying...

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Tips for Taking Great Cemetery Pictures

Pictures are a wonderful way to document , from scenic views of the cemetery, to inscriptions of individual tombstones. It isn't always as easy as it seems, however, to achieve sharp, clear photographs of stones that may be centuries old. That old stone may be easy...

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Staveness Family

So why the Staveness Family you ask, well this was not built for Lady Kathleen, but in fact Lady Kathleen's children, Rebecca and Jon.  This is their fathers line.   Thanks to their Great Uncle Henry, this line goes back a ways and includes a lot of pictures that came...

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Proof

Building your family tree is like building a house, brick by brick. The bricks are your ancestors, their names, life events and details. But the mortar that holds the bricks together is absolutely essential, if that house is going to stand up. What is the 'mortar' in...

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New Researcher – Veatch Veach Branch

I would like to welcome Tracy Anderson and her daughter Shannon as researchers within the Enchanted Family Genealogy Website.  Tracy has added to the Veatch Veach Veitch Branch which links to England, Scottland and European Nobility. The Veitch (Veatch) family ties...

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Learn How to Trace Your Family History

It can be very interesting to trace your family history. But, be forewarned, that it can take a lot of time and effort on your part to track everyone down. Records haven't always been well maintained, names change, etc. Probably the best place to start at is by...

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Compton Family

Welcome this is the section I will be posting about the Compton  Family Genealogy.  This family so far goes back to Williamus Compton.  And my Grandmother's maiden name was Compton.  This family also at one point ties into the Royalty of England. There is many book...

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