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FC 86 Mastering Genealogical Proof with Thomas W. Jones

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Declan Hoare

fieldstonecommon.com - This week on Fieldstone Common our featured guest is Dr. Thomas W. Jones, CG, FASG, the author of the book Mastering Genealogical Proof. Thomas W. Jones is an award-winning genealogical researcher,...

Free Family Tree Templates: 4 Free Family Tree Templates + Bonus Chart

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Sylvia A. Nash

familytreeuniversity.com - One of the many joys of genealogy is being able to share information about your ancestors with friends and family, whether that’s through passing around a printed book of family research at Thanksg...

4 Hints for Visiting a Repository for Your Genealogy Research

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Declan Hoare

genealogywithvalerie.wordpress.com - A repository commonly refers to a location for storage, often for safety or preservation. This is where more than half of the documentation we are searching for is held. These documents are not “on...

Campaign to Open Historic Registers Family History

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N.V.F.H.L.H.Group

rootschat.com - Whether we like it or not the reason why (saleable) records are not released is MONEY. If any form of government sees a source for money it is very difficult to change the system. Take Parking Tick...

Records for men who DIDN'T serve in WW1? Family History

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N.V.F.H.L.H.Group

rootschat.com - I think you would have to look for the individual and what records were produced for that excempt industry so Ministry of food and agriculture returns ( or whatever millers where subject to) My gre...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Recent parish records updates at TheGenealogist

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UK Genealogy Updates

britishgenes.blogspot.com - TheGenealogist (www.thegenealogist.co.uk) has recently added to its parish records collections for England and Wales. 29,000 additional baptisms from Worcestershire have been uploaded (in partnersh...

The Statistics of Ancestry.com | Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

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UK Genealogy Updates

blog.eogn.com - 1,400 employees, a 10 petabyte (10 quadrillion bytes) database with 13 billion structured and unstructured records going back to the 1300s, a number that grew by 1.2 billion documents in 2013. That...

Use the Internet to find your ancestors in 6 easy steps

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UK Genealogy Updates

familyshare.com - Charles lives in Colorado with his wife Irina. They are parents to five children. He received his MA in Political Science from Indiana State University and his BS from Utah State University. He has...

Free online OCR

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FamilyHeritageHunter

free-ocr.com - Free-OCR.com is a free online OCR (Optical Character Recognition) tool. You can use this service to extract text from any image you supply. This service is free, no registration necessary. We also ...

Literature and Genealogy - Blog: reading the theme of genealogy in Canadian literature

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Bernice Rocque

literatureandgenealogy.com - Questions of Identity Genealogical-fiction weaves together the warp of documentary, biography, and history, writ small and large, with the multi-coloured weft of a writer’s imagination. It also ten...

National Institute for Genealogical Studies

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Declan Hoare

genealogicalstudies.com -    Copyright © 1999-2014, National Institute for Genealogical Studies. All Rights Reserved.    1-800-580-0165

The Oklahoma land rush begins — History.com This Day in History — 4/22/1889

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Gary W. Clark

history.com - At precisely high noon, thousands of would-be settlers make a mad dash into the newly opened Oklahoma Territory to claim cheap land. The nearly two million acres of land opened up to white settleme...

Hamilton County Genealogical Society: Discover How to Dig for Your Genealogical Roots

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HCGS Ohio

hcgsohio.blogspot.com - Are you new to genealogy and don't know where to begin? HCGS in conjunction with our library partners is offering three sessions that will enable you to kickstart your research. Both a member of th...

Easter Egg Family Faces - The Spiraling Chains: Kowalski - Bellan Family Trees

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Emily Schroeder

kowalski-bellan.weebly.com - Easter Sunday has come and gone, and, if you are like my family, you may have a healthy collection of plastic colored eggs left over from various hunts in which your kids may have participated.  Th...

Saved from the Fire | The Family Kalamazoo

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Luanne Castle

thefamilykalamazoo.wordpress.com - Here is another follow-up to my post about the newspaper clipping I found tucked in with the family photos. If you missed it, you can find it in A Series of Disasters or read the clipping below. Si...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): Mortonhall Crematorium report given to Edinburgh City Council

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Jacqueline

britishgenes.blogspot.com - There's been a bit of a local scandal here in Scotland concerning Mortonhall Crematorium in Edinburgh, and the disposal of babies cremated remains without their bereaved parents' knowledge. The BBC...

Literature and Genealogy - How-to create a word-picture album for your family history

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geneabloggers

literatureandgenealogy.com - Margaret Brodie Dobson (1865-1954)         Family photographs and stories are the seeds from which our family histories grow. Family historians and                         genealogists love them be...

Genealogy Blogging Beat - Tuesday 22 April 2014

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Kenneth R Marks

geneabloggers.com - Today is Tuesday 22 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 lik...

Jana's Genealogy and Family History Blog: 52 Ancestors: #16 ~ Beautiful Eunice

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Jana Last

janasgenealogyandfamilyhistory.blogspot.com - This is part of the "52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks" Challenge begun by Amy Johnson Crow, author of the blog No Story Too Small. This is Eunice Amelia Paulk. She's my 1st cousin 4 times removed. Our comm...

Genea-Musings: Am I Really Benjamin Franklin's 5th Cousin 9 Times Removed?

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Nan & Biff Barnes

geneamusings.com - Am I Really Benjamin Franklin's 5th Cousin 9 Times Removed? The World Family Tree at Geni.com says that I am Benjamin Franklin's 5th cousin 9 times removed.  Here's the screen shot that shows it: M...

Ethnic America, mapped: Your county’s biggest ancestral populations

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BBPetura

washingtonpost.com - Ethnic America, mapped: Your county’s biggest ancestral populations By Reid Wilson April 18 at 6:00 am More Comments The history of European colonization of the Americas is still evident today in m...

THE ART OF GENEALOGY: 14 WAYS TIMELINES CAN HELP YOU IN YOUR RESEARCH

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Finders(HeirHunters)

theartofgenealogy.com - 14 WAYS TIMELINES CAN HELP YOU IN YOUR RESEARCH Timelines can help you visualize your ancestor’s life. You can set them up to include personal as well as historic events. I used Family Tree Maker’s...

Genealogy Blogging Beat - Thursday 17 April 2014

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shelley edwards

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...

Got Stuff? The Heirloom Roadshow Wants YOU! - Home - Family Curator

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Nan & Biff Barnes

thefamilycurator.com - Did you inherit a beautiful antique table or chair from your ancestor? Do you know how to how to preserve the historical and cash value of your treasure? Have you ever wondered how to care for your...

Brick Wall Genealogy Solutions: A Family Heritage Resource

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shelley edwards

workingdogweb.com - At some point, almost every genealogy researcher will hit the proverbial brick wall or dead end with one or many of their ancestors. Records appear to be missing, a maiden name seems impossible to ...

The Importance of Sharing the Slave History from your Family Trees.

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Valerie Hughes

genealogywithvalerie.wordpress.com - About a month ago I joined a Black Ancestry Group on Facebook. You may think this is an odd thing to do considering I am not Black. I did it for a specific reason, to ask a question that had been p...

Carolina Girl Genealogy : NGS 2014~Did You See The Menus? Time Is Running Out!

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Cheri Hudson Passey

carolinagirlgenealogy.blogspot.com - Cheri, thanks. I am signed up for the first timer's breakfast & a lunch but did not know there was a menu available. ha! Looking forward to seeing you in Richmond! The food looks good, doesn't it? ...

What do the years 1610 and 1948 have in common?

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Valerie Hughes

genealogywithvalerie.wordpress.com - In the grand scheme of things, 1610 and 1948 really have very little to do with each other. However if we take a closer look we might discover a very startling revelation. In 1610 my 9th Great Gran...

Think you know your family history? Think again! 

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Finders(HeirHunters)

findersuk.com - I enjoy Family history research and am an avid fan of the TV programme Heir Hunters, which follows firms of probate researchers as they track down the relatives of deceased intestate individuals. E...

Free e-Book: 48 Ancestry.com Search Tips

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Juliana Smith

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...

Eileen Carol Wilson: 10/12/1948-21/07/2013

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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 Eileen Carol Wilson: 10/12/1948 - 21/07/2013 Surname Wilson Forename Eileen Ca...

Helen Fisher Thayre: 13/12/1959-26/12/2013

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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 Helen Fisher Thayre: 13/12/1959 - 26/12/2013 Surname Thayre Forename Helen Fis...

Czeslaw Stanislaw Parczewski: 27/10/1929-21/06/2011

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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 Czeslaw Stanislaw Parczewski: 27/10/1929 - 21/06/2011 Surname Parczewski Foren...

Louise

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