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

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Irish Mason

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...

Nutfield Genealogy: Surname Saturday ~ WARNER of Ipswich, Massachusetts

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UK Genealogy

nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com - Saturday, October 25, 2014 Surname Saturday ~ WARNER of Ipswich, Massachusetts The English origins of William Warner were laid out in a book The History of Peter Parker and Sarah Ruggles of Roxbury...

Findmypast - IrishCentral.com

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GenealogyInTime

irishcentral.com - In 19th century, Irish families suffered hardships on the sailing ships in their quest for a better life over seas. In 19th century, Irish families suffered hardships on the sailing ships in their ...

Searching census records on Findmypast | News

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Judy Everett Ramos

blog.findmypast.co.uk - The census is a count of all the people in a country or defined area on one particular day. In the UK they are taken every ten years. Censuses have been used throughout history to provide governmen...

9 Hints for Better Genealogy Interviewing

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Valerie Hughes

genealogywithvalerie.wordpress.com - Hopefully at some time during the research of our family history we will have the opportunity to talk with an older generation relative. The thought of “interviewing” someone can be a little intimi...

Jana's Genealogy and Family History Blog: Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for October 24, 2014

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Leslie Lawson

janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com - Friday, October 24, 2014 Follow Friday ~ Fab Finds for October 24, 2014 My Fab Finds for this week are (in no particular order) English Parish Boundaries: A Little-Known Online Tool by Sunny for Li...

State And Genealogy Website To Digitize Hoosier Records

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Genealogy Ninja

indianapublicmedia.org - The State Archives in Indiana says more than 13 million state records will be digitized and put online through a contract with the geneology website Ancestry.com Indiana has millions of paper publi...

Unlock the Past Booklets

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Family mysteries a passion for 'Genealogy Roadshow' expert

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Genealogy Ninja

nj.com - Mary Tedesco's love of genealogy began with a peek into her grandparents' past. Back in 2006, working in finance at the time, a friend offered Tedesco the use of her login for a genealogy website. ...

find your family on the UK census - fiverr

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fiverr.com - I am a genealogist with almost 30 years experience and would like to help others by spending 1 hour researching your family history on the UK census. If you have ancestors who lived in England or W...

Indiana to digitize 13M birth, death, marriage certificates

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Leslie Lawson

wishtv.com - INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Indiana has entered into a contract with Ancestry.com to digitize and eventually post online more than 13 million birth certificates, death certificates and marriage records. ...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Scotland 1750-1850: Beyond the OPRs genealogy course

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Chris Paton

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Scotland 1750-1850: Beyond the OPRs genealogy course I've just finished teaching the latest introductory Scottish genealogy course from Pharos Tutors (www.pharostutors.com), entitled Scottish Resea...

New German Records on Ancestry.com | Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

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Genealogy Ninja

blog.eogn.com - This morning, Ancestry.com launched 31 new German databases. The collection includes 11.7 million records and consists of civil registration records of birth, marriages and death from 1874-1950. Th...

War medal mystery unites families

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Carla Love Maitland

edmontonjournal.com - EDMONTON - One rainy day some 60 years ago, Mary Holland spotted a flash of metal at the bottom of a watery ditch. The Mission, B.C., high school student fished the object from the water. It was st...

SallySearches: #52Ancestors (41) Virginie Richard Blanchette, Mother of Fourteen

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Carla Love Maitland

sallysearches.blogspot.com - #52Ancestors (41) Virginie Richard Blanchette, Mother of Fourteen This week's #52Ancestors is one of the women in my line who, while most likely Belgian, might actually be the genealogy alien dropp...

Wep’s 1956 Romanian adventure, 22-23 Oct; Vienna to Paris on the Orient Express

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Peter Pidgeon

wepidgeon.com - Mon 22-Oct-56: Cashed £15 in French Francs. Got Alberg Express at 9:10 am arrived Innsbruck 5:30pm. Wonderful Tyrol! Tue 23-Oct-56:   Arrived Paris 8:50am. Very foggy, couldn’t find Roley Pullen. A...

Mightier Acorns: You Shoulda Seen the Other Guy!

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Tad Callin

mightieracorns.blogspot.com - You Shoulda Seen the Other Guy! SGT Bobby Callin, U.S. Army Air Corps When I first took an interest in "Family Trees", I was young and innocent of sense, common or otherwise. I had the idea that if...

Wep’s 1956 Romanian adventure, 24-25 Oct; Paris, pounding the footpath

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Peter Pidgeon

wepidgeon.com - Wed 24-Oct-56: Wandered all round the shopping areas & saw Sacre-Coeur church in morning – went to Lido night club. Up very late. Thu 25-Oct-56:  Longchamp – went to Longchamp race course in aftern...

Wep’s 1956 Romanian adventure, 3 Oct: Heading off for Bucharest, Romania

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Peter Pidgeon

wepidgeon.com - This is the river Danube which runs through Budapest. The city on the side of the river nearest you is Pest. The city on the other side is Buda. Hence Buda-Pest. I haven’t had time to look at the p...

Wep’s 1956 Romanian adventure, 14-21 Oct; Cluj, Oradea, Bucharest then Vienna

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Peter Pidgeon

wepidgeon.com - Sun 14-Oct-56:  Saw the magnificent Biserica Neagu – the Black church – built 800 years ago – Driver of car missing all day – were to go on to Cluj – but didn’t. Mon 15-Oct-56: Left at 8am for Cluj...

voices from a distant past: Exploring a little-used source for Southern research!

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Kathleen Tesluk

voicesfromadistantpast.blogspot.com - I love finding new sources.  Half the fun of genealogy is ferreting out new information... the kind that most people don't bother to chase after.  The Draper manuscripts are one such source, a monu...

UK Genealogy websites Page 1

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theenginerooms.com - Register your company - If you have a business which provides a service in this sector of the market, compare everything, whether you provide quotes, or are specialists offering an affordable price...

The top five questions about Irish genealogy - IrishCentral.com

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lyn friswell

irishcentral.com - Findmypast is working in partnership with IrishCentral to share fascinating insights into your Irish ancestors. For more stories on tracing your Irish heritage from findmypast click here. The recen...

Louise

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