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Tying the ‘Knot’ in the Borders ~ A look at Regular & Irregular Marriages in the Scottish Borders and dispelling the myths

bordersancestry.co.uk - Introduction As a researcher by far the most frequently asked question I receive concerns marriage records, or indeed the lack of them.  Whilst the terms “clandestine “ or “elopement” conjure up im...

The British GENES blog: Dublin's Royal Hibernian Military School admissions 1847-1932 on FindmyPast

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Dublin's Royal Hibernian Military School admissions 1847-1932 on FindmyPast FindmyPast (www.findmypast.com) has released an important military record set for those with ancestors who were children ...

The British GENES blog: Deceased Online adds Camberwell Old and Camberwell New Cemeteries

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Deceased Online adds Camberwell Old and Camberwell New Cemeteries From Deceased Online (www.deceasedonline.com): Explore records from Camberwell Old and Camberwell New Cemeteries, South East London...

Cheshire Births Marriages & Deaths Indexes

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cheshirebmd.org.uk - Births 3,292,936 Search Births Coverage of Births Births Information Birth Certificate Info Marriages 1,214,641 Search Marriages Coverage of Marriages Marriages Information Marriage Certificate Inf...

How to enhance your family history with an oral interview

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deseretnews.com - Many years ago, my grandmother Jessie Christensen Morgan was living in a care center in Salt Lake City. At that time, I was attending the University of Utah and had just acquired a new portable ree...

FamilySearch Partners with African American Historical Societies - RootsBid

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rootsbid.com - The Freedmen’s Bureau records were created nearly 150 years ago and have been available for research for decades. So why is the genealogy community excited about the new Freedmen’s Bureau Project? ...

Adoption Bill needs to allow full access to identity, says Philomena Lee

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irishtimes.com - Philomena Lee, whose devotion to finding her adopted son inspired a Hollywood film, said she would welcome the Government’s proposed Adoption Bill provided it allows adopted children full access to...

The British GENES blog: Perth and Kinross' Local and Family History department

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Perth and Kinross' Local and Family History department Yesterday I was in Perth for a meeting, and whilst there I managed to pop into the A. K. Bell Library to make a quick foray into the local arc...

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