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Guide to emigration records - The National Archives of Scotland

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Marian Pierre-Louis

nas.gov.uk - The website Ancestors On Board provides access to the Board of Trade Outward Passenger Lists (TNA ref. BT27) for long-distance voyages leaving the British Isles from 1890-1927. You can either pay-p...

Genealogy and Family History - Library and Archives Canada

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LibraryArchiveCanada

bac-lac.gc.ca - Library and Archives Canada's Genealogy Services consultation room is located on the 3rd floor at 395 Wellington in downtown Ottawa, Ontario. It is closed on statutory holidays. The staff members o...

Scotland: Walking in Eternity: The French Horn

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Declan Hoare

walkingineternity.blogspot.com - The French Horn One of the greatest thrills from doing family history research is that occasionally what goes around, comes around. Over the last couple of years I have been corresponding with a co...

Guide to wills and testaments - The National Archives of Scotland

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Ottawa Family Tree

nas.gov.uk - There is an annual printed or typed index of testaments, the Calendar of Confirmations. From 1901 to 1959 it has been digitised and is available on Virtual Volumes. For 1926 to 1959 use the referen...

Irish pension records and their value for genealogy research

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RootsChat

irish-genealogy-toolkit.com - The Old Age Pensions Act 1908 introduced a non-contributory pension for 'eligible' people aged 70 and over. It came into law in January 1909 across England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. Those disqu...

Finally, a long standing genealogy mystery solved. Family History

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RootsChat

rootschat.com - For some time many of us have wondered just who is Jack Schitt? We find ourselves at a loss when someone says, 'You don't  know Jack Schitt!' Well, thanks to genealogy efforts, you can now respond ...

Specified illness on census as "Evil"? Family History

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RootsChat

rootschat.com - I'm not sure where to put this, but I have found something very unusual on a census return... On the Ireland 1901 Census, a member of the family has been classed as 'Evil' in the Specified Illness ...

The Civilian Conservation Corps

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Valerie Hughes

genealogywithvalerie.wordpress.com - In the early 1930’s America was in the middle of the greatest financial Depression it had ever experienced. Over 4,340,000 people were out of work with over 8,000,000 living in the streets of our c...

Family History Conference

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Conference Keeper

example.com - St. Louis Genealogical Society · #4 Sunnen Drive, Suite 140 · St. Louis, MO 63143 · 314-647-8547

Genealogy Blogging Beat - Thursday 17 April 2014

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Kenneth R Marks

geneabloggers.com - Today is Thursday 17 April 2014, and here is what’s available in terms of Daily Blogging Prompts and other related events in the genealogy blogosphere: Many genealogy and family history bloggers li...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): World Archives Project - 5 years on

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David Underdown

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Today sees the fifth anniversary of the World Archives Project from Ancestry (http://community.ancestry.co.uk/wap/dashboard.aspx), the initiative that allows crowdsourcing as a means to index Ances...

The Genealogy Professional Podcast: New on the Podcasting Scene - Lisa Louise Cooke's Genealogy Gems

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Nan & Biff Barnes

lisalouisecooke.com - Professional genealogist and house historian Marian Pierre-Louis is launching a new podcast called The Genealogy Professional. Marian describes her new show this way: “”The Genealogy Professional p...

Genealogy Insider - Free Civil War Records on Fold3 Through April 30

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Declan Hoare

blog.familytreemagazine.com - Click here to search Fold3's Civil War records collection. Find more resources for tracing Civil War ancestors in our listing on FamilyTreeMagazine.com.

Jessie (Janet) MALCOLM - Death 1932 - Family History UK Genealogy Forums

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Family History UK

forum.familyhistory.uk.com - James Malcolm Weaver (deceased) Elizabeth Malcolm M.S. Wyllie (deceased) Myocardiac Degeneration (Senile) As Certified by ..inter ? Kay? M.B.C.B. Margt. A. Aitkenhead Sister (Present) .akilrile ? D...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland podcasts

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Pamela Wallace

britishgenes.blogspot.com - The Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland has a series of podcasts available online for free at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/centre-for-history-medicine/id397741868?mt=2 - the latest...

RPAC Report, April 2014: Access Changes to the SSDI

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Deborah Perham

bcgcertification.org - Submitted by Barbara J. Mathews, CGSM, BCG’s Representative to the Records Preservation and Access Committee: Implementation of Access Restrictions to the SSDI/DMF The 2013 Ryan-Murray bipartisan b...

Treasures from My Grandmother

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Luanne Castle

thefamilykalamazoo.wordpress.com - My grandmother, Lucille Edna Mulder (Zuidweg), was born April 17, 1912. If she hadn’t passed away in 2000, she would be 102 today. I miss her every day. Last year I posted about Grandma’s high scho...

Search Bona Vacantia Unclaimed Estates

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Bona Vacantia

bona-vacantia.com - This will search; Forename, Surname, Place of Birth, Place of Marriage, Place of Death and Maiden Name. Current search Search Bona Vacantia Unclaimed Estates Surname Forename Date of birth Date of ...

Family Deeds

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Pat Johnson

familydeeds.org - A substantial vellum Indenture being an Assignment of a Term in a Messuage or Tenement with the yards, garden and orchard, together with the barn yards, barn, stable, granary, outbuildings and land...

Careers in Genealogy: House Historian

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Marian Pierre-Louis

gotomeeting.com - Have you ever considered expanding your services by including House History research? It can be a great way to supplement your business. You might even discover you want to focus on house histories...

Family Tree magazine May 2014 - Family Tree

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Lynn Heiden

family-tree.co.uk - Family Tree May 2014 is on sale now & as it’s our 350th issue, we’re celebrating with a bumper giveaway! This month we delve into the secrets of sources, revealing 500 years of family history recor...

Weekly 19th Vintage Photograph Case Study - July 15, 2013

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Gena PhilibertOrtega

phototree.com - An examination and explanation of clues to establish the date of 19th century photographs.

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Free access to Ancestry's Australian immigration records

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Nicola Elsom

britishgenes.blogspot.com - Ancestry down under (www.ancestry.com.au) is temporarily offering free access to its immigration collections: DISCOVER YOUR STORY NOW! Discover the story behind your family’s journey to Australia w...

How to Use Newspaper Lost & Found Ads for Genealogy Research

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Cathy Murray

blog.genealogybank.com - Introduction: Gena Philibert-Ortega is a genealogist and author of the book “From the Family Kitchen.” In this guest blog post, Gena shows how lost and found ads in old newspapers can turn up a sur...

Archivist of the United States Announces Campaign to "Make Access Happen" - Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

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Nan & Biff Barnes

blog.eogn.com - David Ferriero, the Archivist of the United States, has written in his own blog about a goal to provide U.S. citizens with easier and faster access to materials held at the National Archives and Re...

Finding your family history (From Wharfedale Observer)

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Cathy Murray

wharfedaleobserver.co.uk - A new computer-based Family History course will be launched in Otley after the Easter break. Prince Henry's Grammar School is running the programme, which starts on Wednesday, April 23, as part of ...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Free British records via Ancestry for Easter

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Declan Hoare

britishgenes.blogspot.com - In addition to the free access to Australian immigration records (see http://britishgenes.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/free-access-to-ancestrys-australian.html) the UK wing of Ancestry is also making cer...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Kent records added to FamilySearch

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Declan Hoare

britishgenes.blogspot.com - FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org) has added a new dataset England, Kent, Parish Registers, 1538-1911 https://familysearch.org/search/collection/1952887 The records have been sourced from Kent...

2014 International Genetic Genealogy Conference to be held August 15-17 - Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

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Genealogy Nexus

blog.eogn.com - CeCe Moore, Dr. Tim Janzen, and others are organizing a brand-new conference that sounds like it should be a winner. The Institute for Genetic Genealogy is the new organization that will produce th...

Reluctant Genealogist – The Bread and Milk Brigade

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ReluctantGenealogist

reluctantgenealogist.com - You may have heard, a few weeks ago…it snowed back here. It was in all the papers. (I have to quit using that phrase because there aren’t any papers anymore) On both coasts there seems to be an ama...

Book Review: When Jessie Came Across the Sea - The Spiraling Chains: Kowalski - Bellan Family Trees

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EmilyS129

kowalski-bellan.weebly.com - Today, April 17, is Ellis Island Family History Day, so I thought that it would be the perfect opportunity to talk about a children's immigration book that I absolutely adore. The book is entitled ...

Ellis Island Family History Day - The Spiraling Chains: Kowalski - Bellan Family Trees

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EmilyS129

kowalski-bellan.weebly.com - Today, April 17, has been designated at Ellis Island Family History Day.  On this date in 1907, more than 11,700 people came through Ellis Island - it was the most immigrants to be process through ...

Worth Calculator>

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Gary W. Clark

phototree.com - The price of a photograph is part of our ancestor's economics. Many of us wonder why we do not have photographs of some ancestors. There may be many reasons: Photographs were passed to other branch...

Free e-Book: 48 Ancestry.com Search Tips

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Ken Penrose Ledran

familytreeuniversity.com - Ancestry.com likely holds answers to at least some of your family tree questions. The key to finding those answers is learning how to sift through the massive amount of ancestor data on the subscri...

Why Our Clients Trust Us ? - Heir Hunters

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Finders(HeirHunters)

theheirhunters.tumblr.com - Missing, lost or stolen – none of these are words you want to hear when it comes to the information about you that is held by organisations, whether they are public bodies, banks or businesses such...

George H. Bush

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AKG

wikitree.com - Person Index  >  B  >  Bush  >  George Bush [privacy conflicts] [take-down request] Important privacy notice & disclaimer: You have a responsibility to use caution when distributing private informa...

Louise

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