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HIDDEN NUGGETS?

Genealogy is not always about finding ancestors. Sometimes probate court cases need to find the next of kin for inheritance purposes. In other cases, you may be just looking for your long lost half sister or brother. There are some companies and genealogists who specialize in this area. Find Anyone Today

Newspapers and Genealogy go hand in hand. Newspapers are one of my favorite resources when doing genealogical research. You find information about vital records in birth announcements, marriage notices and obituaries. More interesting are hidden genealogy nuggets in some stories you might find in them. I found one of my ancestors was badly attacked by a dog when she was just a little girl in the late 1860s. I've found other ancestors who've been arrested for being drunk. You never know what hidden nuggets about your ancestors await your discovery. Many of these newspapers are available on line today. NewspaperArchive.com is a subscription based website which offers many newspapers which are fully searchable by every word. Genealogy Bank is another great subscription based website which has digitized and indexed many newspapers. Look for your ancestors in newspapers today.

Hidden Genealogy Nuggets, a Free Family Tree Search Website

Welcome to the Hidden Genealogy Nuggets website. This website is dedicated to finding the unusual, obscure and otherwise near impossible needle in the haystack gem. To find that hidden family tree nugget, use our completely free family tree search engine. New records are being added weekly.

For those of us who have been doing genealogy for any length of time, we know about vital records (birth records, marriage records and death records [BMD]). We've utilized census records, church records (baptism and marriage), land records and court records (wills and probate). Some of us may even have looked into military records, cemetery records, immigration and emigration records, naturalization records, city directories and more. We still may find ourselves against that proverbial brick wall. Where might that hidden genealogy nugget be hiding that might help you break that brick wall in your genealogical research?

We have all used Ancestry.com whether we have a subscription at home or used it at the library. We may have used Archives.com, Fold3 (formerly footnote.com), Genealogy Bank , NewspaperArchive.com or even OneGreatFamily. Here at Hidden Genealogy Nuggets, we try to find records which have not been indexed or which are not available for free and make them available. Start seaching now through our completely free family tree search engine.

Where are those family tree nuggets hidden?

What about those hidden nuggets tucked away in some small historical society, library shelf or other facility? Perhaps they provide a clue to break that brick wall. This website seeks to find and index unusual or previously un-indexed records. It makes these indexes available on-line free to all. Its purpose is also to promote historical societies, libraries and other facilities which maintain and makes these records available to the public. The information returned from our searches is usually not the complete information contained within the original document or artifact. Most of the time additional information can be obtained by referencing the originals. We urge you to support the facilities listed here by joining their respective organizations and visiting the facilities in person.

2013 Genealogy Blogging Prompt

This year Hidden Genealogy Nuggets is having a new blogging prompt each week. We have titled this prompt Genealogy by the States. If you have a genealogy blog follow along on your own blog. Every Sunday a new prompt will be posted on our blog. This prompt will focus on a different state each week and will have state specific genealogy links. On your own genealogy blog follow along and post about your own ancestors connections to that state.

New and Unique Genealogy Record Indexes

Check out our Monday blog posts for some new and unique genealogy record indexes. These record indexes are unlikely to be on the standard genealogy databases. Many of these indexes have been produced right here at Hidden Genealogy Nuggets. After being published on our blog, these records will eventually be added to our free ancestry search engine. Some of the recent indexes produced here include school registers, which can be used as a census substitute for children around that pesky missing 1890 United States Census.

Genealogy Blog

Stop by our Genealogy Blog, Our blog posts explore many different genealogy sources and record types. Some of our most popular blog posts are listed below.

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