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Genealogy Insider - Free Immigration Records on Ancestry.com Through Oct. 23

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Tabatha Streng

blog.familytreemagazine.com - Free Immigration Records on Ancestry.com Through Oct. 23 Posted by Diane Ancestry.com is offering free access to its immigration records collection from now through Oct. 23 at midnight ET. The prom...

Nutfield Genealogy: An Autumn Visit to Dunbarton, New Hampshire

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UK Genealogy

nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com - We recently moved to Manchester, New Hampshire.  Nearby, almost next door except for a sliver of Goffstown, is the small town of Dunbarton.  We had never been there, and enjoyed our visit very much...

Blue Raspberry Sky: Blue Raspberry Sunday - Be the Bridge.

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Betsy Bohn

joyfultoday.blogspot.com - Blue Raspberry Sunday - Be the Bridge. Yeah, Savannah was not real willing to take photos back then. It was her first Christmas, and we wanted to make sure she had When Russell's and my grandparent...

Interview with Author Rhoda D’Ettore

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Pamela Winn

marcha2014.wordpress.com - I have rarely encountered a book that was so intense that it was literally stressful to read but that was the case with Rhoda’s “Newborn Nazi” (posting of review to follow). Her ability to build su...

May I Introduce to You . . . Janice Trumbell

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UK Genealogy

geneabloggers.com - I have the pleasure of introducing you to Janice (Guthrie) Trumbell and her blog, The Guthrie, McCoy, Misson & Showalter Families blog, described as, “. . .  The blog is my online home! It is my sp...

Video Release: David Rencher on The Lives of Individuals

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Lowcountry Africana

preservethepensions.org - We continue our October series releasing the new Preserve the Pensions promotional videos. Featuring D. Joshua Taylor, David Rencher and Curt Witcher, each video offers a unique take on the importa...

Legacy QuickGuide™: Citing Your Sources by Thomas MacEntee - PDF Edition

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UK Genealogy

legacyfamilytreestore.com - After years of doing genealogy research, many are now realizing the importance of creating source citations in order to locate the source of a record. Whether you are using a genealogy database pro...

Welcome Shannon Terwedo, CG, of Shingle Springs, California

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Carla Love Maitland

bcgcertification.org - Shannon Terwedo brings to her genealogy work the problem-solving and organizational skills honed in her career as a healthcare business owner. A background in microbiology sharpened other valued sk...

Historical heroes - Topix

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Carla Love Maitland

topix.com - After almost 40 years of being successfully ensconced in the social science building at Southwest Minnesota State, the Prairieland Genealogical Society is in the process of moving this month to the...

Monday Recap for October 20, 2014

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Geni

geni.com - Ready for this week’s roundup of articles? Check them out below! Image: Rare photo shows Robert E. Lee’s slave, Selina Gray – the hero of Arlington House / The Washington Post Amanda is the Social ...

Jana's Genealogy and Family History Blog: Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for October 17, 2014

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Valerie Hughes

janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com - Thank you so much for including my blog, Jana! Have a great weekend. Thanks so much Jana. I know it takes time to pull all this together, and I'll forgive you for providing me with a whole lot of d...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Caledonian copulation kicked it off...

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Chris Paton

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Caledonian copulation kicked it off... The history of Scotland in the annals of genealogy has never been made more central to everyone of us around the world researching our family trees! It transp...

West in New England: THE 2014 NEW ENGLAND GENEABLOGGERS BASH

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Carla Love Maitland

westinnewengland.blogspot.com - THE 2014 NEW ENGLAND GENEABLOGGERS BASH This morning I did something I rarely do anymore: I got up at 6am. Today was the yearly New England Geneabloggers Bash, and it was being held at Sara Campbel...

Family reunited with lost medal awarded to boy sailor on HMS Monmouth

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Fraser & Fraser

dailymail.co.uk - He was only 15 when the Great War broke out and ten days later he was aboard the cruiser HMS Monmouth, heading for the coast of Chile. But when the small naval squadron commanded by Rear-Admiral Si...

Long-lost family found - thanks to Grimsby Telegraph - as couple's 70th anniversary story spotted on web by Australian niece

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Fraser & Fraser

grimsbytelegraph.co.uk - A MOVING story about a couple celebrating their anniversary resulted in them discovering they had family on the other side of the world they never knew they had. Fred and Eileen Howden, of Ancholme...

German Genealogy Tip #20: Find Your Immigrant Ancestor in the NARA’s “Germans to America” Database

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Tammy Johnston

schmidtgen.com - October 19, 2014 Josiah Schmidt German Genealogy Tips, Tutorial Have you had bad luck searching for your German immigrant ancestor’s arrival record in the Ancestry.com collections or on other websi...

Carolina Girl Genealogy : This Week On My Family History Calendar

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Genealogy Ninja

carolinagirlgenealogy.blogspot.com - Sunday, October 19, 2014 This Week On My Family History Calendar Oct. 19-Oct. 24 Oct. 20~    Emily Elizabeth Vaughn Dargan (1797-1865), my paternal 4th Great Grandmother was born on this day 217 ye...

Matrilineal Monday: my grandparents, Victoria Emma Prinzing and Harry Forrest Buerer — Chasing Hannah

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Karen Thornton

chasinghannah.com - And while I struggle to find information on Hannah and my paternal side, I'm not at a loss for research on the maternal. My grandmother documented every single sneeze. She kept diaries, letters, an...

Nutfield Genealogy: 2014 New England Geneablogger Bash

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Reynolds Family Ass.

nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com - The New England Genealogy Bloggers assembled in Farley, Massachusetts for another bash!  We had a wonderful time and Sarah Campbell was again a terrific hostess.  Her home was quite historical, and...

Joyous Tomorrows: Raspberry Sundays ~ Be the Bridge

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lyn friswell

joyoustomorrows.blogspot.com - When I first began my genealogy blog Branching Out Through The Years, my purpose was to preserve the memories of my husband known on the blog as "The Hero"for our grandchildren.  He really wanted t...

Roots in Kent, Sarah Talbutt Genealogy/Family History research for Kent England and the London Metropolitan Archive eXpertGenealogy Professional

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Terry Young

expertgenealogy.com - An experienced, diligent researcher will access Maidstone, Canterbury and all Kent archives. Roots in Kent also offers professional photography, photographic restoration and holiday planning includ...

Legacy QuickGuides

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Liv

legacyfamilytreestore.com - Lisa / Smallest Leaf’s Hungarian Genealogy Legacy QuickGuide™ can help you explore the lives of your Magyar ancestors. It features an overview of the history and geography of modern day Hungary and...

Genealogy's Star: Genealogical Noise

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Nan & Biff Barnes

genealogysstar.blogspot.com - At some levels, genealogy is all about acquiring and processing information. Whether you are searching online or sitting in a church or library reading old parish registers, or involved in some oth...

Events Calendar | First World War Centenary

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Katy Jackson

1914.org - Find out about local people in WW1, see real First World War medals and even make your own version! The Thames Valley branch of the Orders and Medals Research Society will be displaying WW1 medals ...

Homestead Kids Activities in Geneology - Homestead Lady

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Tessa Zundel

homesteadlady.com - What does genealogy (or family history, if you prefer) have to do with the homestead kids?  Everything!  To hear me out and find some kids activities in genealogy, just keep on reading! Genealogy, ...

AncestorChasing: Mystery Monday - What happened to David Adams? (Updated)

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Kerryn Taylor

ancestorchaser.blogspot.com - I'm updating and reposting this earlier blog post as a part of  Geneabloggers prompt  Mystery Monday. My great grandfather, John Adams, was one of nine children born to George Adams and Catherine n...

AncestorChasing: Sunday's Obituary - Donald Fleming

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Kerryn Taylor

ancestorchaser.blogspot.com - Wangaratta Chronicle, Saturday December 24th, 1921                                                                                                                                     Mr. Donald Fle...

Louise

I am a genealogy addict and want to share! Started tracing my family history 22 years ago and still not finished!