Genealogy and Family Research List
Help, discussion and sharing information about using the Ancestry Images Online, where one can view and print documents that have traditionally been stored on microfilm or in a limited number of archives and libraries (such as census records), for genealogical and family research. Questions about this list? Contact the listowner at IMAGES-ONLINE-HELPfirstname.lastname@example.org.
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- Some Helpful IMAGES-ONLINE Articles.
- Ancestrys Help Page/FAQs for Images Online
- How Do I Find My Ancestors In The Census Images Online? – Juliana Smith
- Using the AIS indexes – George G. Morgan
- Using the LDS 1880 Census Transcription with the Images Online – Juliana Smith
- You Never Know Who You Will Find (While Taking Another Look at the Census) – George G. Morgan
- Knock, Knock! Wheres Enoch? - Michael John Neill
- Finding My 1920 People, Part I 1920 Census, Part II: Michael Locates His People - Michael John Neill
- Related article: Expert Sleuthing Among Indexes and Finding Aids – Roseann Reinemuth Hogan, Ph.D
- Claires wonderful How to Use Images Online