Search for Your Family Tree at Ten Websites

Search Multiple Family Tree Websites for Your Ancestry

The Family Tree Searcher helps you search for your ancestor at the major websites that have family trees. You can find hints and suggestions for family tree searching as well as an easy way to search multiple family tree websites by entering your ancestor just one time. Here are the details.

Ways to Use the Family Tree Searcher

There are two ways you can use this website. The first way is to use Your Active Family Tree Searches to quickly search multiple website for family trees. The second way to use this website is to view the various search hints and suggestions for each of the family tree websites. Those webpages provide links to each family tree website should you prefer to search each page manually instead of using Your Active Family Tree Searches.

Your Active Family Tree Searches

With Your Active Family Tree Searches, you can search the major family tree sites by entering your ancestor's information just one time. That really speeeds up your searching. Also, Your Active Family Tree Searches determines the best type of search for each family tree website based on the information you enter on your ancestor. Go to Your Active Family Tree Searches. If you would like to see how Your Active Family Tree Searches works before actually using it, then look at the Your Active Searches Tour.

Search Hints and Suggestions for Family Trees

Should you decide not to use Your Active Family Tree Searches right now, we have pages with hints and suggestions for manually searching the various family tree sites. Each page provides such hints along with a review of the website's search capabilities. See the following for hints and suggestions.

Background on Family Tree Searcher

Cora Burns

The Family Tree Searcher website grew out of efforts to trace my family tree. I found most of the clues to my ancestry by searching online, particularly for my great-grandmother Cora Burns (pictured here). Much to my surprise, the ancestry of Cora Burns can be traced back to the Quaker colonization in 1682.

As I became fairly good at searching the various websites, friends and relatives have asked me to give them suggestions for searching for family trees. Instead of telling them how to search for family trees at various sites, I decided to create this website. I hope this website helps you in your search. To get started, just go to Your Active Family Tree Searches.

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If you are having any problems with this site, first check the FAQ page. If you cannot find an answer to your problem there, then go to the Reporting a Problem page.

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