Written by Laurie Bradshaw and Maddy Stutz Holidays and celebrations are some of the best times to gather with family to create lifelong memories, and families around the world cherish many traditions together. Here are a few of these traditions from... read more

As the holiday season approaches, we look forward to the joy of family gatherings, shared meals, and celebrations. Whether you celebrate with presents under the tree, wooden shoes stuffed with straw, or a bonfire made from dried thorn branches, it is a se... read more

<![CDATA[ Pennsylvania Cemetery & Burial 1700-1950 Browse This collection of over 106,000 cemetery records covers locations across more than 100 parishes in Pennsylvania including Abington, Goshenhoppen, Mckeesport, Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. Bap... read more

<![CDATA[ Britain, Marriage Licences Findmypast is excited to bring you some of the earliest marriage records we hold with records from as early as 1115. Fifteen English counties are represented including London, Lancashire, Suffolk, Exeter, Lincoln, Y... read more

FamilySearch expanded its free online archives in November 2018 with almost 90 million new indexed family history records and almost 300,000 digital images from around the world. New historical records were added from Benin, Chile, Costa Rica, The Dominic... read more

<![CDATA[ British Army, Honourable Artillery Company Over 18,000 new Index Cards and POW records covering the years 1939 to 1945 have been added to the collection. The Index cards record brief and abbreviated details of service histories while the POW ... read more

<![CDATA[ British Army, Honourable Artillery Company Over 18,000 new Index Cards and POW records covering the years 1939 to 1945 have been added to the collection. The Index cards record brief and abbreviated details of service histories while the POW ... read more

The United States took its first census in 1790, just a year after George Washington was inaugurated as the first president. For such a young nation, the 1790 census was a staggering feat given the country’s lack of experience and limits in printing... read more