Four Questions to Ask Yourself When Organizing Your Genealogy

It’s exciting to discover your ancestors and see their names on documents like census records for the first time. With each new census and each new generation you find, you accumulate more and more papers that you copy or print, Bible records that a distant cousin has sent you, letters that your grandmother had from her cousin with all the latest family news in 1915 and more. How are you supposed to keep track of it all? Continue reading “Four Questions to Ask Yourself When Organizing Your Genealogy”

The New Family Tree Hunters Is Here!

I just wanted to let everyone who happens by know that our site is now ready to help you find your family roots. Our first articles are geared toward folks just starting out, but we’ll be covering a lot of topics in the future. I hope you get as much enjoyment out of your genealogy is I do, and I’m here to help!

Happy hunting!


Site Relaunch Coming Soon

I’m pleased to announce that Family Tree Hunters will be relaunching soon, with a different look and fresh content. We’ll feature information to help you with all aspects of your research, from finding sources to documenting your old photographs, and so much more! My goal is to present friendly and easy-to-read articles that I hope you’ll enjoy while you’re getting valuable information to speed your search along.

Happy hunting!