Digging for Ancestral Gold: The Fun and Easy Way to Get Started on Your Genealogy Quest

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Did you ever have the experience as a young boy or girl of going on a hunt for buried treasure?

Or perhaps you saw one of those old pirate movies where they went searching for the long-lost stash of gold doubloons and pieces of eight. Or maybe you've always had a penchant for archaeology, for digging through the layers of earth in search of age-old civilizations. Or you might be one of those folks who loves a good mystery. Have you ever wanted to be the detective that finds all the clues and solves the crime?


Going on the hunt for your ancestors and looking for important clues that lead to their discovery is suspenseful and exciting

GENEALOGIST LAURENCE OVERMIRE, author of 4 epic family histories, guides you through the steps to get you started on your own genealogy quest - the fun and easy way.

When you find a piece of gold from your ancestral past, it's like winning the lottery The riches that you find can be handed down to your children and their children after them. The family tree that you discover will be a lasting legacy for your descendants in times to come.


  • Why genealogy is so important
  • How family history can blow your mind
  • How to create your own treasure map
  • What tools you will need to get started
  • An easy 6-step plan to find your ancestors
  • How to prove relationships
  • How to source materials
  • A list of helpful resources
  • How to blast through brick walls
  • Copyright law and plagiarism
  • Publishing and sharing information
  • The benefits of travel
  • How DNA can help
  • How genealogy can change the world

Embark on an adventure that is fascinating, entertaining and meaningful

Author: Laurence Overmire
Publisher: Indelible Mark Pub.
Published: 09/10/2016
Pages: 168
Binding Type: Paperback
Weight: 0.56lbs
Size: 9.02h x 5.98w x 0.39d
ISBN13: 9780979539879
ISBN10: 0979539870
BISAC Categories:
- History | General
- Reference | Genealogy & Heraldry

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