This week's hints and tips cover finding living people, researching your Polish and Irish roots and more.
Sunday, July 17
Genealogy Blogs: Dear Myrtle – Your Friend in Genealogy Visit: blog.dearmyrtle.com
Monday, July 18
Genealogy Slogan: When I searched for ancestors, I found friends!
Tuesday, July 19
Looking for ancestors in Poland? Check out the Jewish Records Indexing Project (JRI) Poland Name Finder. Visit: www.jri-poland.org/index.htm
Wednesday, July 20
Genealogy Supply List: If you are filing your source documents in binders a label maker will help keep them organized.
Thursday, July 21
Looking for living people to help in your genealogy search? Try Radaris, a comprehensive people search. This can help you pinpoint family relationships and either give you hints or the actual married surnames of female relatives. Visit: radaris.com
Friday, July 22
Stephen P. Morse has created “One Step Webpages” to make searching large sites, such as Ellis Island simpler. Visit: stevemorse.org
Saturday, July 23
Need help with your Irish research? Eneclann: Irish Genealogy and Family History Research Visit: http://www.eneclann.ie/
Good Luck Researching!