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My Ancestry Guide: The Complete Guide to Uncovering Your Ancestry

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    Last Updated: June 19th, 2010

    My Ancestry Guide: The Complete Guide to Uncovering Your Ancestry

    Searching your ancestry can be exciting and fun. You get to learn about your history and where you came from. My Ancestry Guide is a great resource for learning how to research your family’s history. From, where your grandparents came from to much further back in the family tree. My ancestry guide has all you need to get to work on uncovering your ancestry.

    Ancestry searches have become one of the biggest and fastest growing hobbies in the U.S. and there’s no sign of it ever slowing down. When you are interested in where you came from there are certain steps you must take to properly uncover your history and this is the guide that can lead you through your journey.

    There are several things that can happen when trying to uncover your ancestry and this book will help you sort through any and all of the troubles you may have. Some of these problems you may encounter are:

    • When you’re searching for a family member that isn’t with the rest of the family (where they should be). To find them, it takes creative ideas and this e-book has the creative answers for your research.
    • If you find ship lists and immigration logs to early America confusing, then you will need some help and good suggestions. This e-book will make it possible to figure out what ships to look on for certain ancestors. As all our ancestors made it here by different means on different ships.
    • If you are finding it difficult to look for female ancestors, which is often very frustrating. Finding these women is made easy in this e-book. There are clues to help further your research and find the female ancestors name and family.
    • Data sites are fantastic for finding information on ancestors, but they don’t provide the clues that are needed to do research in the right location. They also don’t offer ideas how to organize the research that is found. In this e-book you will learn just how to compile your information properly and find the right locations to search.
    • This e-book will teach you how to find the information on how to research an ancestor and how to be organized .
    • Even if you are a genealogist that has been researching their ancestors for years, this e-book will come in handy. It will help you find the way back to the beginning of good research habits.
    • Anyone can benefit from this handbook, because all the rudimentary ideas have been long forgotten. This is why experienced genealogists often run into the proverbial brick wall.

    My Ancestry Guide is your one stop for everything you need to uncover your ancestry. If you are even considering looking into your history then you will need some guidance and this book has everything you need. Instead of struggling through this journey on your own let my ancestry guide hold your hand and walk you all the way through to the end.

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    My Ancestry Guide - The Complete Guide to Uncovering Your Ancestry

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2 Comments

  1. #1
    Robert Beaty
    February 15th, 2013 at 12:51 am

    Want to know if had Indian blood

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  2. #2
    Randolph Whitney Rizzo
    May 24th, 2015 at 11:53 pm

    My biological mother told me that I had a famous Frenchman as a great grandfather, and she named me after him. She also told me that there is a city named after him, since then I have not spoken to her. My name @ birth was Randolph Whitney Johnson, and since moving here to New York city, I’ve came to find out that; there is a Randolph, New Jersey. Is there anyway you could help me please find out more about myself. I would definately find a way to compensate you for it, if need be I am the heir of Randolph, New Jersey?

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