Which Charles is Which?
Separating Same Name Individuals
Some individuals with similar names have been combined, crossed and muddled over time. Learn how to differentiate between same-named people using a composite of time, place, family members, occupation and other unique identifiers.
Share Small Bites
Invite Your Family to Learn About Their Ancestors Bit by Bit
Invite your family members to learn about their ancestors bit by bit by sharing with them on social media and in person. This class will provide 5 key principles that make sharing family history with our family members easy and effective.
Round Up All Your Cousins
Learn how to research the descendants of your ancestors to round up all your ancestral cousins and connect them to your family tree. Up to 40% of all our ancestral cousins have no descendants to remember them. Leave no ancestral cousins behind!
Discover the Story Behind the Facts
The best way to preserve and ancestor's life history after we have researched about them is by writing their story down for others to read. Learn how to discover the story of your ancestor hidden behind the facts of their life.
How to Make Short Family History Video Stories
Today's younger generations seek visual, faced-paced, easily-accessible information and entertainment. Make your family history appeal to the younger generations of your family by sharing short 2-4 minute stories with them in a video format.