Many of us have a deep-rooted interest in tracing our family trees and learning our genealogical history, as exemplified in the Alex Haley's book
In bygone years, compiling a family tree was a fairly arduous task, involving searches of city and town records and microfiche
as well as family bibles and albums. Today, with the advent of the Internet, making a family tree is easier and more popular than ever.
The world is more mobile today, and it seems like the days when families
stayed in one area forever are gone. Researching your family tree
and learning about your genealogical history is a great way to reconnect
with family members you haven't seen in a while, and to connect with those
you weren't even aware of. You can learn more about your family
heritage, and may even discover where your talent for writing poetry
The resources found on FamilyTrees.us are an excellent starting point for
researching your family history. In many instances, people discover
that other family connections have already begun diagramming a family
tree. This discovery often simplifies the research task immensely
and enables persons to connect to family members and relations they did
not know or had been unable to locate. Uncles, aunts, and cousins
from hitherto unknown branches of the family tree can attend meaningful
family reunions, where you may be able to learn even more about your
Many of the resources on this site offer software that allows you to
organize your family history. In many cases, you can enter what
you know, and the rest will be filled in for you. You usually
have options to save, share, or print your family tree data.
Who Owns Which Car Brands?
The auto industry has a very confusing family tree. The past decade has seen partnerships, sales, separations, bankruptcies, and entire divisions killed off, making it difficult to keep up with ...
Jeff S. Bartlett. Consumer Reports. Thursday, 16 Jul 2020 15:31:28 +0000.