Research to identify your ancestors

Saturday, June 28, 2008

Genealogy Research Web Links, 5

(Note...see the very beginning of this blog for important steps on how to get started on your genealogy). …. WorldCat. Looking for a publication for any of your ancestor’s surnames, etc.? WorldCat will find it and tell you what library in your zip code vicinity has a copy. …. Wikipedia. Search for a year and get a chronology of world events from that year. These historic events might give a clue of what prompted your ancestors to pick up and leave the country they had called home for generations. Old Medical Terms for use of Genealogists. This is handy for finding out what disease our ancestors died from, in today’s terms.