"Hi there! I'm taking classes through NIGS. Right now I'm enrolled in Social Media for the Wise Genealogist. I thought I knew a lot about social media but this has opened my eyes to a few outlets I was previously unaware of.…"
I've been looking for Ferdinand Berg for a little while now. He is the father of Otto Berg who married into my direct line. All I knew about him was that he was born around 1844 in Prussia and he was married to a woman named Albertina. Yesterday I found him in several census records. He was born May 9, 1844 in Prussia and died 22 Nov 1945 in Fort Atkinson, Jefferson, Wisconsin. His was was Albertina Kutz (1850 - 1924). I was also able to find his parents, Martin Berg (1823-1864) and Ernestine…See More
This group is dedicated to celebrating our genealogical finds. Isn't that the most exciting part? When you find someone new or that elusive ancestor that you've been searching for forever? Share your successes here!See More
This group was created for anyone who would like to add a link , or a tip for anything to do with genealogy. I really would like to get as many free tips , or sites as we could. However, I know there are some great pay sites out there for research.
Do you Twitter? Do you want to Twitter? Are you wondering what all this Twittering is about?Join this group, to share your twitter ID with the community, get listed, and also to learn and share from each other how we can use twitter better.See More
This group is for the known descendants of Rev. Stephen Batchelder, and anyone of the surnames Batchelder, Bachelor, Bachiller, or any other varient of the name who are still searching for their ancestors. Also Page, Sanborn, and Wing families.See More
Discussion about all social genealogy sites and applications (Geni, We're Related, Verwandt.de, Dynastree, Genoom, Arcalife, Zooof, Famiva, MyHeritage, FamilyBuilder Family Tree, OneGreatFamily, WeRelate.org, etc)
Please create a New Discussion for help with a probem with Family Tree Maker. There are many Online resources for Users helping other Users, Email Lists, AND Online Knowledge Base websites that suppport the Family Tree Maker program (all versions).
Many genealogy resources help you find your ancestors little or no cost. Join this group to share or gain ideas. My blog Relative Musings is filled with entries about such resources plus examples showing how they really work.