Archive for the ‘Genealogy’ Category

It’s a natural human instinct. We love to learn about our family history. And we want to understand the people who came before us.

After all, the decisions they made greatly impacted our own lives.

PeopleFinders makes it easy to discover your past and connect with your present. Our new Genealogy Search gives you instant access to billions of records that help you find people and gain insight into your roots.

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How To Use PeopleFinders For Genealogy

Thursday, August 9th, 2012

Would you like to learn more about your family tree? Not sure where to start?

PeopleFinders can help.

Find People Who Can Bring The Past To Life

There are many ways to learn about your family history. You can track down old documents, scour the Internet for information, and even travel the world while piecing together your ancestry.

One of the most exciting ways is to talk with people who have stories that can’t be found anywhere else.

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Our lives are busy. Each day is filled with work to finish, errands to run and problems to solve. We’d all like to make it a little easier.

PeopleFinders.com enables you to find answers for many of life’s questions, and get the facts you need to make informed decisions. To start the New Year right, here are 11 ways PeopleFinders can improve your life in 2011:

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Discovering Roots Day

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Roots Day happens every December 23. It’s a day when everyone is encouraged to learn more about their ancestors.

Genealogy is the study of us. When we understand the people who came before us, we discover more about who we are today. The quest to unveil our past has become more than a hobby. It has become a passion.

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How much do you know about your family tree? October is Family History Month – a great time to learn more about the people who came before you.

Tracing your family history can be a rewarding experience that comes with unexpected turns, surprising twists, frustrating dead-ends, and amazing discoveries. Genealogy enthusiasts often spend years searching for old documents, tombstones and photos to learn more about their past.

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