Discover your roots

October 27, 2009

Microsoft, October 2009

Software for researching family trees is nothing new,
but with so much information now available on the web, a new generation
of genealogy research tools and services has moved online. If you have
a specific particle of information you want to know more about—such as
the birth date or birth place of your great grandfather (you already
know his name)—you might just try going online and using a search
engine like Bing to hunt for the answer, perhaps looking at birth records or census counts. Go to the Bing website to get started.

this can be hit-or-miss work. You never quite know how deep you'll have
to dig to find some of this information, which is why numerous
genealogical websites exist. Here are a few websites to consider:

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