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Advanced Research Tip: Always Cite Your Sources and What does that Mean Anyway?

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Patricia Brewer

blogs.ancestry.com - A source citation tells you where you found the information.  You remember those papers you wrote in college and high school and all the footnotes you wrote?  Yep.  Those things. I know what you ar...

Genealogy: Walking in Eternity: The curse of Loughmourne

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Genealogy Ninja

walkingineternity.blogspot.com - The curse of Loughmourne I've just being going through a pile of papers belonging to my late mother, and amongst them I found a poem about Loughmourne, an area comprised of many farms and a lough (...

National Archives Virtual Genealogy Fair: October 28, 29, and 30, 2014

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archives.gov - Watch live video stream on YouTube Captioning on Streamtext Claire Prechtel Kluskens National Archives at Washington, DC Mary Lynn Ritzenthaler National Archives at College Park, MD When Saying ‘I ...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): PRONI's spiritualist photos - and my ancestor the spirtualist!

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Gavin McMahon

britishgenes.blogspot.com - PRONI has a great Hallowe'en post on its site for its Document of the Month - a series of spiritualist photos from the 1930s. The images can be viewed at http://www.proni.gov.uk/news_details.htm?ne...

Guinness unveils two new beers, inspired by diary entries from 1796 and 1801 - IrishCentral.com

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Fraser & Fraser

irishcentral.com - Guinness has just announced the release of two new beers, inspired by authentic recipes from Guinness brewers’ historic diaries from 1796 and 1801. Guinness Dublin Porter and Guinness West Indies P...

Thankful Thursday: Mom and her siblings

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Valerie Hughes

nancyhvest.com - Last weekend my sister, my daughter, and I traveled to Tennessee for the 50th anniversary celebration of my cousin, Chet, and his wife Carolyn. In all, seven of the twelve of us first cousins were ...

Civil War court martials | My Adventures in Genealogy

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Liz Loveland

adventuresingenealogy.wordpress.com - Since I began researching a Civil War court martial late last year, I have come to realize that this seems to be a record set which is little-known.  Many of the Union Civil War court martials are ...

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...

History fair planned | Columnists

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Carla Love Maitland

yorktonthisweek.com - The Yorkton Branch of the Saskatchewan Genealogy Society will be having a busy month, and you are invited to take part in these exceptional opportunities to learn more about how to research your fa...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Scottish Genealogy Network update

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Andrea Thomson

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Scottish Genealogy Network update The Scottish Genealogy Network (www.scottishgenealogynetwork.blogspot.co.uk) continues to grow, with some 38 members in our ranks, comprised mainly of professional...

The Victorian Ghostbusters' Census | News

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findmypast US

blog.findmypast.com - Life after death has held a mysterious fascination for centuries. No-one took the otherworldly more seriously than the Victorians, who combined their love for administration with that of the occult...

Carolina Girl Genealogy : A Picture, a Blog Post and a DNA Test

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Genealogy Ninja

carolinagirlgenealogy.blogspot.com -       In March of 2014, I wrote a post called Family Friends Friday-Well Maybe... about finding a picture on ebay of Lenora Ridgill and my hopes of returning it to her family and a follow up post c...

Spooky 20% discount on any findmypast subscription

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fibis.org - Start uncovering the ghosts of your family’s past with access to all findmypast records for a month at this frighteningly special price. This discount is valid in all findmypast territories on any ...

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15 Ways to Honor Relatives You Don't Remember - Treasure Chest of Memories

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Laura Hedgecock

treasurechestofmemories.com - What happens if you don’t remember a family member or relative? How do you write about them or share their “memory?”if you don’t even remember them? In a perfect world, we’d all have our own memori...

“They Were Only Farmers” – Take The Challenge

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Valerie Hughes

genealogywithvalerie.wordpress.com - Today at Physical Therapy I was talking with a young Hispanic man who is one of the therapy helpers/receptionist. He asked me what I did when I was not submitting to “torture” and I enthusiasticall...

Letter to my Irish Ancestor: A Reader's Letter from Ireland - Your Irish Heritage

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UK Genealogy

youririshheritage.com - Hello, My name is Lawrence Cavanagh and I am a friend of Padrick Coffey who has asked me to write this letter for him as he can not read nor write. His Irish Gaelic is very strong and I might miss ...

3D printing helps the visually impaired restore faded memories

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theverge.com - Touchable Memories might ostensibly be an advertisement campaign for a 3D printer, but it's also a poignant social experiment that delineates how technology can be used to better lives. Featuring f...

Louise

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