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  1. Old Bailey Online - Scaffold London c1750You don't have to have murderers or famous outlaws in your family tree to make use of criminal records in your research. If you have ancestors who lived in England in the last three and a half centuries you do not want to miss the vast (and free) collections of The Old Bailey Online and its sister site the Digital Panopticon. 
  2. How to Put Old Photos on DisplayIf you’ve been itching to dig out those dusty old shoeboxes and piles of inherited photo albums but you’re just not sure where to start - read on. It’s time to think outside the frame and discover some new and exciting ways to display old family photos around your home.
  3. 6 Signs It's Probably Time to Hire a Professional GenealogistHow do you know when it's time to take the leap and bring a genealogy expert into your family history research? Here are 6 signs to watch out for, and what to do when you're ready.
  4. 6 Family Tree Craft ProjectsLove genealogy and creating? We've rounded up 6 family tree craft projects that are perfect for beginners and experts alike - and each and every project will produce a keepsake-quality end result that you'll be proud to show off or gift to others.
  5. 100 Family History Interview QuestionsInterviewing older relatives is one of the best ways to gather family history details. We've put together a convenient list of 100 questions to bring along to your next gathering or share in email with those you love.
  6. 10 Places to Find the Free Genealogy Printables You Need for Your ResearchLooking for free printables to aid in your genealogy research? The right chart, form, template or worksheet can do wonders for any family historian hoping to get organized or trying to break down a frustrating brick wall. Here are 10 places you'll find them for free.
  7. Are Ancestry's Hints Hurting or Helping Your Genealogy ResearchThe Hints feature has long been a cornerstone of Ancestry's website and subscription service. If you've used their family tree for any length of time you are probably quite familiar with them. But, as powerful as this feature can be, it can also mislead the unwary researcher - causing confusion, incorrect assumptions and inaccurate trees.The Hints feature has long been a cornerstone of Ancestry's website and subscription service. If you've used their family tree for any length of time you are probably quite familiar with them. But, as powerful as this feature can be, it can also mislead the unwary researcher - causing confusion, incorrect assumptions and inaccurate trees.
  8. Wouldn’t it be nice to see what's really on all those old family photo negatives or slides you've been carefully collecting and storing? If so, you might be ready to try out a negative scanner app (also known as a film scanner app). These free apps are designed to quickly scan old black and white and color film negatives and positive slides and turn them into digital photos.
  9. The National Archives Offers Millions of Free Genealogy Records OnlineLike many people, I began my family history research at my regional National Archives office. And, while there is probably a center near you, you don't have to travel at all to access many of their records. The National Archives and Records Administration offers a rich trove of online documents and they're completely free.
  10. You Can Start a Genealogy Club in Your Area: Here's HowCollaborating with others is one of the most cherished aspects of genealogy. While it’s entirely possible to make great progress conducting your family history research completely on your own, working and sharing with like-minded folks can be both helpful and a whole lot of fun.

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