Here’s a search trick to use on FamilySearch.org when you 1) don’t know all the children’s names in a family, 2) think there might be children you haven’t found or 3) think you can’t find a person because his or her name was mistranscribed.
Via Genealogy Insider
Any help keeping up with English counties is much appreciated!
This article by Dr. Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Anne Gillespie Mitchell demonstrates how to use the information obtained from an obituary as clues leading you to other useful sources in your search for information about an ancestor. It’s a very interesting read.
Simple and effective ways to improve your online genealogy research.