Searching Old Yearbooks | Genealogy Clips #64

When you think you have run out of places to look for family history information, don’t forget to look for alternative sources.

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Old yearbooks are increasingly being published online, mostly on Ancestry.com but sometimes in other places. These will give you not only information on what your ancestors did in high school, but will often give you insights into what their classmates thought of them, and sometimes even a photo (or more than one, if your ancestor was in a club or group, or more than one).

When you think you have run out of places to look for family history information, don’t forget to look for alternative sources. There are plenty. These are just a few examples of the many hidden genealogical gems that are available for you to use to continue and even add to your ancestor search…

Search Old Yearbooks on Ancestry.com.

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Will founded Ancestral Findings in 1995 and has been involved in genealogy research for over 24 years. The excitement begin when he started investigating the meaning of his Moneymaker surname.