Best Source for Finding Old Marriage Records!

GenealogyBank is your best source for finding old marriage records. Newspapers regularly published marriage announcements – like this one from the Weekly Pelican (New Orleans, LA) 26 Oct 1889. The Weekly Pelican is one of the many newspapers that we added last week. Whether you’re looking for a wedding announcement published in 1802, 1862... (Read More)

Newspapers Go Online –

GenealogyBank keeps on growing! GenealogyBank.com added more newspaper coverage for over 1,600 newspapers – in all 50 States this week. Here is just a list of some of the new content that has been added. Search GenealogyBank now! AKJuneauDaily Record-Miner. 1911-01-05 to 1911-05-04ALBirminghamWide-Awake*. 1900-01-24ALMobileMobile Register. 1970-01-04 to 1978-11-30ARGarden CityJonesboro Evening Sun. 1905-12-02 to 1921-08-18ARLittle... (Read More)

Archivist of the US to speak at FGS Conference

Breaking News: The Federation of Genealogical Societies has announced that Archivist of the US David Ferriero, will be speaking at the annual FGS Conference – on Wednesday August 18th in Knoxville, TN. He will be the luncheon speaker at the Focus on Societies Luncheon. His topic will be The Citizen-Archivist. He will also speak... (Read More)

Remembering Sgt. Baller

There is a nice story in today’s Wall Street Journal: A Final Farewell to Arms: Remains of vets left at funeral homes to be buried. It is about a group of volunteer veterans that are giving the final salute to veterans – whose cremains have been left and long forgotten at funeral homes across... (Read More)

GenealogyBank adds 1,800+ Newspapers

This has been a landmark month for GenealogyBank. It has added more content for over 1,800 newspapers – including more than 100 new newspaper titles not previously in GenealogyBank. That’s over 17.6 million articles – including obituaries, marriage announcements and more. New content was added for all 50 States. And we’re not done yet!... (Read More)

Breaking News: Ireland 1901 Census Going Online

Breaking News The National Archives of Ireland has announced that they will be putting the complete Irish 1901 Census online. It is expected to go live within the next two weeks. The National Archives of Ireland already has the Ireland 1911 census online. The census gives the name of each person in the household,... (Read More)

Newspapers are crucial to documenting your family history

Genealogists rely on multiple sources to document a family tree. One source does not give all of the facts – so researchers must look at multiple family history records to gather the details for each family. For example – James Edwin Ayres (1817-1893) and his wife Ann (Ford) Ayres (1817-1901) are listed in the... (Read More)

GenealogyBank adds 51 titles from 28 States

GenealogyBank keeps on growing. If you haven’t searched the historical newspapers – try it again – now! AKJuneauDaily Record-Miner1903-02-241907-05-25ALMobileMobile Register1972-07-011974-11-15ALPiedmontPiedmont Journal, The*10/2/2009Current ARLittle RockArkansas Gazette1820-04-081836-10-18AZTucsonDos Republicas*1879-08-231879-10-18CACoacheliaIdeal*1969-11-021977-11-01CAMount ShastaMt. Shasta Herald*10/2/2009Current CAOakdaleOakdale Leader, The*10/2/2009Current CTNew LondonNew London Daily Chronicle1848-10-131849-12-31DCWashingtonColored American1902-01-041903-01-03DCWashingtonWashington Bee1896-03-041913-12-27GAAugustaAugusta Chronicle1793-06-151841-10-16ILHarrisburgHarrisburg Daily Register *10/2/2009Current INAvonHendricks County Flyer*10/2/2009Current INIndianapolisFreeman1890-08-301893-11-04KSKansas CityAmerican Citizen*1805-01-271907-09-21KSKansas CityPlaindealer1935-01-041946-08-30KSTopekaKansas Whip1934-11-02KSTopekaPlaindealer1927-11-041931-12-25KYGrayson-Olive HillJournal-Times*10/2/2009Current LANew OrleansTimes-Picayune1962-06-111975-10-15span... (Read More)

Listen my children and you shall hear…

“Bloody News – This town has been in a Continental Alarm since Mid-day ….. the attack began at Lexington (about 12 miles from Boston) by the regular troops, the 18th Infantry before sunrise…From thence they proceeded to Concord where they made a general attack…”Stirring news – as gripping as a bulletin on TV. Thanks... (Read More)