English: Storage hallway at the National Archi...

English: Storage hallway at the National Archives I building. This was taken with permission at the Wikipedia 10 Washington D.C. event. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

What’s new in genealogy today? How about a free search engine called Mocavo, that is specially geared towards genealogists and other people that are interested in their families history? The Mocavo search engine enables the researcher to include more than 50 billion words, names, dates and places in the search bar. Mocavo fills this need by providing the first large-scale, free search engine for family history research. Can you imagine having your hands on all the free genealogy resources? All of the related results from industry sources such as genealogy message boards, family trees, state and local historical societies, the Library of Congress, National Archives, Ellis Island, Find A Grave, the Internet Archive, various U.S. state archives, and the thousands of genealogy sites that are built by individuals will be displayed on this site. This is so exciting! I can’t wait to see what this site has to offer.

When searching particular names, it is better to put quotation marks around the name as it yields better results, just an FYI in case you didn’t know. So lets see what kind of results I’ll be getting! 
Let me know how your search goes! Any success stories you could share would be great!

Have a blessed day!

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