Thursday, July 13, 2006

Roman Numeral Converter

Many tombstones and genealogy documents have the date of death and/or birth written in Roman Numerals. You may see numbers such as MDCCXLIX or MDCCCII.

Now you can easily and accurately convert a Roman Number to a decimal number.

Just go to the online

Roman Numeral Converter
Online Roman Numeral Converter

Converts a Roman Numeral to a Decimal Number.
Also converts a Decimal Number to a Roman Numeral.

Saturday, July 01, 2006

My Favorite Genealogy Blogs

Olive Tree Genealogy Lorine McGinnis Schulze (the Olive Tree Lady) answers questions about genealogy and provides tips for finding those elusive brick-wall ancestors

Past Voices Letters, letters and more letters! Letters from Civil War soldiers, from wives to husbands, sons to mothers, sisters to sisters... This blog contains poignant old letters full of genealogy tidbits.

Ancestors at Rest - The blog for website. Contains death records of all kinds - funeral cards, death notices, cemetery receipts, obits...and more

Black Sheep Ancestors The latest genealogical information on helping you find ancestors in your family tree that were criminals, murderers, outlaws, bandits or scoundrels and that may have spent time in a prison, jail, penitentiary, chain gang or convict camp.

Genealogy And How Up to date announcements of new websites and new genealogical records and databases placed online.

Genealogy News Center Articles on Genealogy research from Genealogy Today website

Genealogy Blog

The Genealogue - Humorous genealogy blog