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Hats off to Judge Niles

legalgenealogist.com - It has been exactly 152 years, today, since William M. Robertson died in Attala County, Mississippi. The Legal Genealogist‘s third great grandfather, William was born in North Carolina around 1794....

Workshops and tours - Events - National Library of Scotland

nls.uk - Free workshops and tours at the National Library of Scotland These activities take place in our George IV Bridge Building unless we state otherwise. Visitors with dementia — along with their friend...

How Much Do You REALLY Know About Your Ancestors’ Names?

Shared by Lynn Serafinn

trentinogenealogy.com - Genealogist Lynn Serafinn talks about how our ancestors named their children, and gives tips for making sense of names in their often-confusing parish records. Last time, we took a whirlwind tour a...

Preparing for Research: Using Microfilms for Family History

Shared by Lynn Serafinn

trentinogenealogy.com - Genealogist Lynn Serafinn explains what to do before working with parish records on microfilm, and shares tips for finding your Trentini ancestors’ parish. If you’re new to genealogy, you’ll notice...

Remember your Roots: Keeping yourself honest

Shared by BBPetura

nwitimes.com - I'm sure I'm not the only amateur genealogist who's dug up something from their family's past that's been a bit of a shock. You've come across documents that contradict a family story. And, maybe, ...

Searching Online for 19th & 20th Century Trentini Ancestors

Shared by Lynn Serafinn

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...

Outdoor Genealogy Activities for the Summer

geni.com - Summer is finally here! It’s the perfect time to get outdoors for some fun genealogy activities with your family. With longer days, you and your family can spend even more quality time together whi...

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Meet Linda Simpson Canadian Genealogist

olivetreegenealogy.blogspot.com - Olive Tree Genealogy is delighted to introduce Linda Simpson. I interviewed Linda, a Canadian Genealogist, and can relate to her story of her start in genealogy. Read on to learn more about Linda a...

Researching French-Canadian Ancestry & Genealogy

genealogy.about.com - In many areas of French-speaking Canada, families sometimes adopted an alias, or second surname in order to distinguish between different branches of the same family, especially when the families r...

Throw a Party to Get Your Family Involved | FamilyTree.com

familytree.com - Are you the only one in your family that is interested in family history? Do you sometimes discover a story about an ancestor that you want to share with other family members? Do you wish you had s...

Scrivener for the Family Historian

thearmchairgenealogist.com - Two weeks ago, I had the privilege of presenting two workshops at the Ontario Genealogy Conference in Toronto.  The topic of my workshops, Scrivener. In each workshop, I spent two and half hours sh...

Clixta App Lets You Upload, Store, and Share Photos | FamilyTree.com

familytree.com - There are a variety of apps to choose from that enable you to post your family photos online. Ultimately, you have to pick the one that is best for your needs. Clixta is a family photo sharing app ...

Reflections of a Digitally Literate Wannabe: Remembering Arthur

digilitgllm.blogspot.com - I once had a learner who was 92 years old. His name was Arthur. In his younger years, him and his wife entertained troupes across Europe during the Great War. He was a professional magician and his...

The Edward Coffey Project: New Headstone for Annie Lewis (Alexander) Coffey

Shared by Jack Coffee

coffeycousins.blogspot.com - The following was submitted by Kevin D. West [kdwest@sandspringsok.org]. Annie was his GG-grandmother: Annie Lewis Alexander was born on 24 Jan 1863 in Parker Co., Texas.  She was the daughter of L...

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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