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Legacy Tree

Professional genealogists and family history researchers for hire

Top 3 Online Resources for Researching Your French-Canadian Ancestry

2020. január 23., csütörtök 19:15:22

Legacy Tree works with researchers all over the world to access records for our clients. We asked one of our onsite researchers, located in Québec, Canada to share his top online resources for researching your French-Canadian ancestry in Québec. Québec has a vibrant cultural heritage that reflects on its family history records. Thanks to records […]

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Legacy Tree Genealogists

The team at Legacy Tree Genealogists has been helping clients worldwide discover their roots for over a decade. We're based near the world's largest Family History Library and connected with genealogists and archives around the world, and we love doing what we do! We also love sharing our genealogy tips with our readers.

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“Where Are My Ancestors From?” 5 Tips for Using Migration Patterns in Family History Research

2020. január 16., csütörtök 18:57:32

If you’re having difficulty pinpointing your family’s origins, these tips are for you! We share how to use migration patterns to extend your family history. You want to extend your family tree as far back as records will allow, but what do you do if you’re having a difficult time pinpointing your family’s origins? Migration […]

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Jessica - Legacy Tree Genealogists Researcher

Jessica has been doing genealogy research for almost 25 years. She specializes in DNA-related research, Deep South and unknown parentage projects. Her passion to help others find the answers to their family history mysteries has provided her an opportunity to help countless clients all over the world.

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Legacy Tree Genealogists 2020 Genealogy Conferences and Events

2020. január 9., csütörtök 23:36:23

Following is a list of 2020 genealogy conferences and events that Legacy Tree Genealogists will be attending and/or presenting at in the coming year. Check back frequently for additional conference dates and details. 13 – 17 January – Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy 20 – 24 January – Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy Academy for […]

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Legacy Tree Genealogists

The team at Legacy Tree Genealogists has been helping clients worldwide discover their roots for over a decade. We're based near the world's largest Family History Library and connected with genealogists and archives around the world, and we love doing what we do! We also love sharing our genealogy tips with our readers.

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Legacy Tree Top 10: Most Popular Family History Blog Articles from 2019

2019. december 28., szombat 0:15:05

A countdown of our most popular family history blog articles from 2019 Another year has come and gone! Before we usher 2019 out the door, we want to share our countdown of the most popular family history blog articles from the past year. Did your favorite make the list? 10. Genealogy Sleuthing: How to Date […]

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Legacy Tree Genealogists

The team at Legacy Tree Genealogists has been helping clients worldwide discover their roots for over a decade. We're based near the world's largest Family History Library and connected with genealogists and archives around the world, and we love doing what we do! We also love sharing our genealogy tips with our readers.

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Tracing Ancestry Through Medieval Italian Records

2019. december 23., hétfő 16:10:33

Family History: How Far Back Can You Go? As professional genealogists one question we are often asked is, “How far back can you take my pedigree?” While we’d all love to have a pedigree documented back to the beginnings of mankind, this just isn’t possible. And creating an accurate, documented and sourced family tree cannot […]

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Kim - Legacy Tree Genealogists Project Manager

Kim - Legacy Tree Genealogists Project Manager

Kim’s love of family history began as a child while listening to her great-grandmother tell stories of her uncle who, as a boy, ran down the streets of Springfield, Illinois dragging sticks along white picket fences with Abraham Lincoln’s son, Tad. She received a family history research degree from Brigham Young University-Idaho, and really enjoyed all the different projects she got to research as a Legacy Tree intern. After graduation Kim joined our team as a project manager, and gets as excited as her clients do as the discoveries unfold.

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Using England Quarter Session Records for Genealogy

2019. december 16., hétfő 19:39:06

Genealogical research in England often relies only on census records, parish register entries, and civil registration. But there is so much more information to be found! We’ve previously discussed records of the parish chest  and apprenticeship records, but genealogists should also look to lesser-known English records such as court records. The English court system was […]

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Christy - Legacy Tree Genealogists Editor

Christy - Legacy Tree Genealogists Editor

Long-time professional genealogist and Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly Managing Editor, Christy Fillerup is tenacious in solving complex research problems. Her areas of expertise include utilizing indirect evidence and correlating records to find answers no one record states directly. She particularly enjoys helping clients break through the brick walls that have held them back in their research.

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A Genealogist’s Letter to Santa

2019. december 6., péntek 17:40:25

A genealogist’s letter to Santa–what we really want this year! Dear Santa, I have been a good genealogist all year. My research always conforms to the Genealogical Proof Standard: my research is reasonably exhaustive, my citations are complete and accurate, my analysis is thorough, I correlate records and data fully, I resolve conflicting evidence or […]

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Kate - Legacy Tree Genealogists Researcher

Kate - Legacy Tree Genealogists Researcher

With a Master's degree in history, Kate loves to help clients really see into the lives of their ancestors. She is a gifted writer and has a great breadth of experience that helps her gather treasured details about a person's heritage. Some of Kate's favorite things to research are Native American genealogy and Civil War ancestors.

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Voter Registration: Another Useful Tool for Your Genealogy Toolbox

2019. november 26., kedd 20:32:11

An often overlooked resource in genealogy are voter registration records. We’ll show you where to find and use these helpful records in your family history. Genealogists have many resources available to them to aid in their research. Census records, church records, city directories, land records, and probate records are just a few of the more […]

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Lori - Legacy Tree Genealogists Project Manager

Lori has spent most of her life working on genealogy and family history. She has more than 30 years of experience in genealogy and has helped clients with their early British and Scottish ancestry, colonial American ancestry, early Southern U.S. ancestry, and Croatian and German ancestry. She is excited to be working with Legacy Tree Genealogists.

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Using University Special Collections for Family History Research

2019. november 22., péntek 17:17:15

If you’re not including university special collections in your genealogy research arsenal, you may be missing out on finds that add valuable context to your ancestors’ lives.  The Civil War diary of my first cousin, five times removed, detailing his experience at the battle of Vicksburg. The original botanical sketches for my great-great-grandfather’s work on […]

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Rachel - Legacy Tree Genealogists Editor

Rachel Popma first became interested in family history at the age of eleven, when her grandmother gave her a stack of papers tracing their family from the Midwest to seventeenth-century New England. Now, as a writer and editor, Rachel loves to help people tell their own family stories. She received her BA in English from Ball State University and her MA in English from the University of Illinois.

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How Do I Determine Genetically Equivalent Relationships?

2019. november 15., péntek 17:37:44

An understanding of genealogical relationships is necessary before diving into genetically equivalent relationships in your family history. This article will provide an overview of both concepts. Correctly evaluating shared DNA within the context of genetically equivalent relationships first requires mastery of genealogical relationships. Here we review important genealogical relationships based on some of the pertinent […]

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Paul - Legacy Tree Genealogists Researcher

Paul - Legacy Tree Genealogists Researcher

From a young age, Paul Woodbury fell in love with genealogy research. To pursue his passion for this field, he studied genetics and family history at Brigham Young University. To aid in his desire to share his knowledge with others, he has also received a masters degree in instructional design and educational technology from the University of Utah. Paul currently works as a DNA team lead at Legacy Tree Genealogists where he has helped to solve hundreds of genetic genealogy cases. In addition to genetic genealogy, Paul specializes in French, Spanish, and Scandinavian research and regularly presents on topics for these areas. is a graduate of Brigham Young University, where he studied genetics and family history. He specializes in genetic genealogy (DNA research), French, Spanish, Swedish and Norwegian genealogy research.

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