Top Genealogy Websites: Arkansas Genealogy Resources for Records

Are you researching your family roots in Arkansas? Here are some good resources for Arkansas genealogy information online—GenealogyBank and vital records put up by the state itself, as well as FamilySearch—to help with your family history research in “The Natural State.” GenealogyBank has an extensive collection of Arkansas newspapers online from 1819 to Today.... (Read More)

Search More than 75 Arkansas Newspapers Online!

GenealogyBank adds new content to its online historical newspaper archives daily. We now have more than 75 online newspapers from Arkansas. That’s a lot of newspaper articles to help with your family history research in “The Natural State.” Our Arkansas archives include both old and recent newspaper titles, dating from the 1800s up to... (Read More)

Mora Evelyn Boone (1901-2008) world’s oldest genealogist

Mora Evelyn Boone (1901-2008) has passed away.She was the nation’s and probably the world’s oldest genealogist. Her great-granddaughter Alice Boone wrote about her life on their online site at: Ben and Alice. She describes an indomitable woman who was beloved by her family and added that despite her age, “She was an enthusiastic Internet... (Read More)

GenealogyBank adds newspapers from 5 States

GenealogyBank adds newspapers from 5 States – Arkansas, Maryland, Missouri, South Carolina & Virginia to it’s America’s Obituaries collection. ArkansasLonoke Democrat (Lonoke, AR)Obituaries: 05/29/2008 – CurrentDeath Notices: 05/29/2008 – Current MarylandPotomac Almanac (Potomac, MD)Obituaries: 02/26/2002 – CurrentDeath Notices: 02/27/2002 – Current MissouriRaytown Post (Raytown, MO)Obituaries: 08/15/2007 – CurrentDeath Notices: 05/09/2007 – Current South CarolinaHerald... (Read More)