Ancestral Discoveries: Skeletons in the Closet: Adoption
Archives.com - Researching Black Sheep Ancestors
By Gena P. Ortega. The article is free to read. Use Archives.com with a FREE 7-day membership and search over 2.1 billion records. Pay-for-use after the seven day free trial.
Archives.com - The Darker Side Of Genealogy: Tracking Criminals, Rogues, Scoundrels & Black Sheep
By Lisa Alzo. The article is free to read. Use Archives.com with a FREE 7-day membership and search over 2.1 billion records. Pay-for-use after the seven day free trial.
Library of Congress - Family Secrets: Emotional Fallout from Genealogical Research
Often considered a wholesome activity assigned to children as schoolwork to help them connect with history and geography lessons, anyone embarking on a genealogy research project should be prepared for the unexpected.
Long Lost Relatives.net: What To Do With Skeletons in the Closet
RootsTech - Tackling Difficult Chapters of our Family History
By Cheri Daniels.
Skeletons In The Closet
By Sunny McClellan Morton for Family Tree Magazine November 2008.
Skeletons in the closet: Family tree boom unlocks secrets some may rather not have known
Article from the Mail Online.
The Journey Takers Blog: Family Skeletons in the Closet
When a Genealogy Hobby Digs Up Unwanted Secrets
From the Wall Street Journal online.
When Bad Ancestors Happen to Good People
From The We Tree Genealogy Blog by Amy Coffin, MLIS.
Writing Your Memories: Skeletons in the Closet
By Emily Aulicino.
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