I have had so much success in finding the elusive relations on fag. Enjoy genealogy on my trees, and helping others. I see this as a fantastic tool. Happy to transfer by fag guidelines to those who cherish them, except my family. I have worked on my family history since a teen, primarily from paper trails and research, and tips from many friends. Wishing you all many victories!
My favorite research sources: WA State Digital Archives - http://www.digitalarchives.wa.gov/
LDS Family Search - https://www.familysearch.org/ FamilySeach.org Wiki is a great help in some areas. Actual records, not abstacts- Social Security Death Index - Online Obit Lookups - http://www.southsoundclassifieds.com/Obits/Listing.asp http://search.tacomapubliclibrary.org/obits/default.asp?bisc=1
www.dar.org-daughters of the Am. Revolution www.sar.org-sons of the Am. Revolusion www.scv.org-Sons of Confederate Veterans www.archive.org
On-Site Obit Lookups -Seattle Public Library, King Co. Public Library, Fiske Genealogy Library, email@example.com. BYU Library-genealogy department Library of Congress-www.loc.gov Note-all of these are on WorldCat (ask your librarian to show you this). NARA or though fold3.com (has free sections and also at LDS FHCs. and other sources. and genealogyBank website(subscription).
LDS Family Search Center,Burien, WA. Other genealogy sites, book.google, google images and Pintrest hunting photos.
And still they can allude me, but when I help someone, or find the details myself, there are no words for how great a feeling this is.