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Researching Your Own Family History
Hargis Family
Holbrook Family
Ely Family
Roberds Family
McCormick Family
Drennan/Drennon/Drenning Family
Williamson Family
Sailor/Saylor Family
Rawlings Family
Researching Your Own Family History
Adams Family
Peirce/Pearce/Pearse Family
Blossom Family
FitzRandolph Family
Conley/Connely Family
MacGregor Family
Joynes Family
Burt Family
Bonser Family
Morey Family
Kirby Family
Symmonds Family
Ogle Family
McAlister Family
Woodruff Family
Templeton Family
Cottis Family
Holter Family
Hinchliffe Family
Our Combined Family Histories
Favorite Family Photos
Brisbine Family
Pace Family
Woodlief Family
Salyer family
Bloomfield Family
Lael Family
Tsohonis Family
Scott Family

Researching family history is fun and rewarding.

Some of my favorite links: Probably one of the most informative websites for family history that I've found, and it's free! The message boards are wonderful too! Very easy to use and I've found a lot of information from this site. The searching isn't the best but the genforum message board is great! Great search engine tool for family history research! Just make sure to do a specific search by putting the name or item in quotations. You'll be amazed at how much more specific your search will be. example: "mary smith" Their search engine just became so much more powerful! I've found a lot of info out using their search engine. Make sure to use quotations as well!

National Archives and Records Administration Web Site:

Research Tips

Make use of the message boards out there. You'd be surprised how many people related to you are out there searching for a link. They can be a great help! The cool thing is, you don't need to use your full name to post and you can make your email address invisible so you don't need to feel that your personal information is being gathered.

Be sure to evaluate the source of your information. Remember, you can't believe everything you read! There's a lot of people out there who guess a lot. Check their facts through census material, etc.

Remember, most everyone has two family names: your father's, but also your mother's. Don't feel you must restrict your research to just your paternal family tree.

If you need help, let me know through posting it on the Brisbinesetc Message Board. I will help you get started!

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Family history information on these pages have been verified to the best of our ability. Please contact me to find more about my sources.