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Ancestry Day in Washington State

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eventbrite.com - Join Ancestry, Washington State Archives, Washington State Library, Legacy Washington, the Washington State Historical Society, Washington State Historical Records Advisory Board and National Histo...

Parishes, Parish Records & Genealogy Resources for Trentino

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trentinogenealogy.com - Genealogist Lynn Serafinn tells what you can learn from church records, the role of the parish in Trentini life, and where to look for your ancestors’ records.   Perhaps the biggest question people...

Lancashire Births Marriages & Deaths Indexes

lancashirebmd.org.uk - Births 9,933,217 Search Births Coverage of Births Births Information Birth Certificate Info Marriages 4,487,235 Search Marriages Coverage of Marriages Marriages Information Marriage Certificate Inf...

Searching Online for 19th & 20th Century Trentini Ancestors

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trentinogenealogy.com - Genealogist Lynn Serafinn explains how to find your ancestors using use ‘Nati in Trentino’, a free online database of baptisms from the Archdiocese of Trento. Last time on Trentino Genealogy, we st...

Writing Your Personal History for Genealogy: 5 Simple Tips

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crestleaf.com - Even if you’re just beginning your genealogy research, you probably know that searching for information to add to your family tree can take a lot of time, patience and resources. And when you can’t...

21 Ways You Know You're Passionate About Genealogy

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crestleaf.com - While some of your friends and family may call it an obsession, you call it your passion. Genealogy research is not a pastime for the faint of heart. It can get quite daunting to sift through recor...

GB1900 British maps crowdsourcing project launched

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britishgenes.blogspot.com - From the National Library of Scotland (www.nls.uk): Help save GB place names from being lost for ever A new online project – GB1900 – is calling for volunteers in Great Britain to help make sure lo...

The history behind your birth certificate - Anglia Research

angliaresearch.co.uk - As the gateway to basic legal entitlement, birth registration is one of our most fundamental human rights: the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child acknowledges that every child sho...

Genealogy research leads to big family reunion

pantagraph.com - EUREKA — When Judy Matter started searching for her roots, she found more than history: She found her family. Matter, who grew up in Minonk, started a genealogy search in 2001 to find the roots of ...

Ollie Berge recalls searching for German subs during WWII

hngnews.com - By Tamar Myers | splife@hngnews.com | Posted 2 days ago Sun Prairie’s Ollie Berge still has a patch with an eagle clutching a swastika, the emblem of the Nazi party. And he can remember the day he ...

Expand Your Family Tree: 4 Effective Tips

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crestleaf.com - At one point or another, every genealogist takes a look at their family tree and wonders if it may be missing some information. Whether your family tree is already robust or the branches are fairly...

Cemetery Freestyling With Kids

growinglittleleaves.com - Cemetery Freestyling. Is that a real phrase? Well, if it wasn't before today, it is now. Cemetery freestyling is what I call going to a cemetery for no reason. You aren't going to visit, look for, ...

"Old Planters Reunion", Beverly, Massachusetts

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nutfieldgenealogy.blogspot.com - This forefathers plaque can be found at the Cabot House, Beverly Historical Society, in Beverly, Massachusetts THE NAMES OF THOSE WHO CAME OVER IN THE FIRST EMIGRATION AND WERE BY THE BLESSING OF G...

6 captivating books about early America

theweek.com - Independence Lost by Kathleen DuVal (Random House, $18). DuVal's lively, deeply researched book recovers the dramatic story of how the revolution played out in the borderlands contested by the Span...

Louise

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

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