All French-Canadians are related as they are descended from about 2.500 people. They also have some of the best kept records in the world. Please feel free to post queries, events, pictures, tell stories, etc.
An American ethic group of those who think their ancestors were Scottish Protestants living in Ulster. Our challenges: researching in colonial times, crossing the Pond, researching in Ireland. You can do this, but need to learn how. It is not easy.See More
Welcome to the forum to help researchers studying occupations and related records for furthering family history. This is international in scope with consideration for how different cultures treat and timeframes affect this subject matter.See More
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.
Here you can find people, events, and artifacts all in the context of time and place. Because it is a social media site, you can add your ancestors to see where they fit into history and use the map to see the surroundings.
According to Ancestry magazine one of the latest tools in genealogy is Geotagging - "GPS enables gamily historians to record a very precise location of any physical location, like a grave, old homestead, etc...add the info to your existing research."