Searching for ancestors online can be complicated but now ObituariesHelp.org has just launched its latest free genealogy resource section. This new section is called Little Known Ways to Search Online for Ancestors and itâ€™s full of exciting new information that will make genealogy research easier than ever.
Online PR News – 22-November-2010 – – ObituariesHelp.org launches Little Known Ways to Search Online for Ancestors, a series of articles, links and resources that show how and where to search for ancestors online. In this section, find helpful clues to where ancestry records are located online and important tips for how to effectively search online for ancestors.
Family tree research is a growing hobby and more people are turning to the Internet to find their ancestors. Because most people donâ€™t really know where to look or how to decipher the information they find, they turn to subscription websites that they hope will have the records they are looking for. Often genealogy researchers buy memberships thinking they will find everything they need at that one website. Unfortunately, thatâ€™s simply not the case. The truth of the matter is that the subscription memberships have millions of records, but they may not have the exact records needed to prove ancestry and to create a full picture of each ancestorâ€™s life.
Fortunately, these helpful tips and new ideas for searching online for ancestors make finding valuable genealogical information and proof positive of lineage a lot easier. Searching online for ancestors can lead to amazing discoveries.
This new section, Little Known Ways to Search Online for Ancestors is full of helpful advice and tips. Learn where to look for the best places to find genealogy resources, how use those resources and professional tips for genealogy research. Some of the tips and advice in this section include:
â€˘ Using unusual records to search online for ancestors, such as workhouse records, tithe records and more
â€˘ The relationship between DNA and ancestry search
â€˘ How to conduct an absolutely free ancestry search
The exciting thing is that some of these records and search methods will bring up totally new information about ancestors. Because most researchers look to common vital records and census forms, they are missing out on the true story of their ancestry.
Melanie Walters, founder of ObituariesHelp.org says, â€śOnline genealogy is a growing field and I want to let people know that they are not limited to spending hours in a dusty vital records repository looking up information. A lot of what people are looking for is available online. Every researcher knows that proving your ancestry is the key to a successful genealogy search. But what really excites researchers is finding the information that makes their ancestors seem like real people, not just statistics. Thatâ€™s what this section does, it helps people search online for the proof and it helps people get to know their ancestors in a personal way.â€ť
Little Known Ways to Search Online for Ancestors is filled with important genealogy research tips and hidden resources that many professional genealogists use in their research. Now they are available to everyone in articles, links and resources that cover different aspects of searching online for ancestors.