Websites, history handouts, records, & more
A list of free or partially free websites and what type of documents subscription sites will provide, for example, a transcription of the document, but not the actual document for which you will have to pay elsewhere.
Websites about conserving photographs and how to take photos of gravesites
Immigration, port, and passenger lists
Websites for specific countries & continents like England, Germany, Spain, North, South & Latin America
Understanding DNA results, for example, Autosomal, Y Chromosome, Mitochondrial, and Haplogroup types.
The Menlo Park Family History Center reopens:
Date: Saturday, April 9, 2022
Operating Hours: 9:00 – 11:00 am
MPHC has a library with books and online resources to help you connect with ancestors from many countries. Stop by and a consultant will show you available resources to help you find ancestors from a specific country or jurisdiction.
All FHC staff and patrons are required to be vaccinated for COVID-19. Please bring your vaccination card to present upon arrival.
Please contact Ron Mason or Janet Jennings at email@example.com for questions or special circumstances.
- Janet Jennings
MPFHC Operations Manager
Handouts & History
Inge puts a lot of time into compiling handouts that will make your research much easier and faster to do.
The following is a include the following:
A comprehensive list of what information is available in the MP Family History Center like what books are available at the center.
What sources are fraudulent
A list of history books that are fun to read, but accurate resources.
More that 80,000 digitized genealogy and family history publications available online.
International newspaper collections
Keeping genealogical data in charts, key to understanding handwriting & old style abbreviations.
Vital records and censuses
Much, much more