All calculators automatically update the calculated result as you enter data. You can reset the calculator at any time by pressing the reset button in the upper right hand corner of the screen.
Birth Date Calculator
Calculate the birth date from the death date and age on tombstones and/or death record.
Please Remember: Calculated dates should only be considered approximate due to possible errors or estimations used in the original age determination . In your research, be sure to note that the date you entered was calculated.
With the age calculator you can:
- calculate the present age of someone.
- calculate the age at death of someone (the difference between date of birth and date of death.)
- calculate the difference between any two dates.
A cousin is defined as "the son or daughter of an uncle or aunt. " Second cousins share a great grandparent. Third cousins share a great grandparent, and so on. This calculator makes it easy for you to determine the relationship between any two relatives.
Soundex is a phonetic algorithm for indexing names by sound, as pronounced in English. The goal is for homophones (a word that is pronounced the same or similar) to be encoded to the same representation so that they can be matched despite minor differences in spelling. The Soundex code for a name consists of a letter followed by three numerical digits: the letter is the first letter of the name, and the digits encode the remaining consonants. Similar sounding consonants share the same digit. Soundex allows genealogists to search for ancestors, even when the surname may have been recorded in any of several different spellings. The 1880, 1900, 1910, and 1920 censuses all have Soundex indexes. Many Microfilms are indexed and stored using Soundex.
Learn More: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soundex
The Inflation Calculator measures how the buying power of the US dollar has changed over the years. We use the latest Bureau of Labor Statistics inflation information provided in the Consumer Price Index (CPI) to make the calculations. How you can see how much a home bought a hundred years ago would cost in today's money!