How to use these questions: Ask your family members one question each week for a year. Or pick your 12 favorite questions and ask just one per month. You can pose each question while gathered all together, or you can send it out by email or text. If every... read more

<![CDATA[ New South Wales, Deceased Estate Files 1880-1923 Discover your ancestor in this index of over 137,000 deceased estate files from New South Wales. The records span the years between 1880 and 1923. Each result includes a transcript that may rev... read more

New archived records from around the world are published on FamilySearch every week to help you find your ancestors. This week, the new additions include almost 3.5 million records from Oklahoma, 1.5 million from Germany and more from Quebec, Italy, Lesot... read more

<![CDATA[ British Army Officers’ Widows’ Pension Forms 1755-1908 Indexed online for the first time, British Army Officers’ Widows’ Pension Forms 1755 – 1908, spans more than 150 years of British military history and contai... read more

Sergeant Stubby was one of the most famous World War I military dogs. His valiant service on the battlefields of France proved that war heroes can come in many shapes and sizes. Here’s his story—and how to start exploring the stories of WWI milita... read more

New archived records from around the world are published on FamilySearch every week to help you find your ancestors. This week, the new additions include more than 1.6 million records from Brazil, 660,000 images from Florida, plus records from Peru, Washi... read more

<![CDATA[ Scots-Irish In North America Histories Explore 12 fascinating publications on the Scotch-Irish in North America. Covering a variety of date ranges and regions, these publications will enable you to learn more about the history of the Ulster S... read more

The Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah, is a great place to learn from experienced genealogists and find help with your own research. Each month, classes and webinars are presented by the library to help family history enthusiasts find trainin... read more

More than 50,000 military dogs served in World War I. They proved just how valuable canines can be on the battlefield and beyond. Here is how their service in the Great War differed from what military dogs had done before. For centuries, dogs have protect... read more