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Patrick Brawley 1884-? – 52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks #4

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msgenealogyuk.wordpress.com - The theme of this week’s  52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks Challenge is ‘closest to your birthday’.  That made it easy to choose.  So today I want to tell you about Patrick Brawley who is my great grandfat...

Interview with Carole Riley – speaker AFFHO Congress 2015

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shaunahicks.com.au - As one of the official AFFHO Congress 2015 bloggers, it is my pleasure to interview speakers and learn more about them prior to the Congress in Canberra in March 2015. Organised by AFFHO (Australas...

Congress 2015: Don’t forget your Research Interests

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Helen V Smith

cassmob.wordpress.com - Thanks to Judy Webster’s recent post on the Top 3 things to do before a genealogy conference, I was reminded that Congress 2015 is offering delegates the chance to post their research interests. Wi...

Receiving copies of probates 1858-1995 in England and Wales

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Liz Loveland

adventuresingenealogy.wordpress.com - In my last post, I discussed Finding probates 1858-1995 in England and Wales, including that I had ordered some wills through the UK government’s new online ordering system. Now that I have receive...

Alpena County, Michigan | Learn

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Genealogy Ninja

familysearch.org - Guide to Alpena County, Michigan ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history, and military records. County Clerk has birth...

How to search for a name | The British Newspaper Archive Blog

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blog.britishnewspaperarchive.co.uk - Newspaper articles can provide incredible detail about peoples’ lives, whether you’re looking for your ancestors or researching a particular character from history. Watch this short video tutorial ...

Genealogy: Steerage Act a boon for genealogists centuries later - Tribune Star: Community

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tribstar.com - Genealogy: Steerage Act a boon for genealogists centuries later By Tamie Dehler Special to the Tribune-Star Tribune Star Family researchers looking at ships’ passenger lists may notice that all or ...

Ancestors Season 2: Religious Records

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Fiona Mitford

familysearch.org - Religious records have been kept longer than vital records. In looking for baptism, marriage or burial records in the early 1800's or before it is wise to look for religious records. All rights res...

Irish Poverty Relief Loan records Available FREE at Findmypast to mark Irish Family History Day #Genealogy

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genealogyblog.com - In April 2003 the company was the first to provide access to the complete birth, marriage, and death indexes for England & Wales, winning the Queen’s Award for Innovation. Since that time, Findmypa...

Today’s family anniversaries | Family history across the seas

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cassmob.wordpress.com - This afternoon I opened up my Relatively Yours program to look at details for the Congress 2015 Research Interests. I was somewhat surprised to discover what an important date today is in the lives...

52 Ancestors Week 3 – Florrie the Late Bloomer

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nancyhvest.com - My Aunt Florrie Martin Duckett (born 22 Feb 1894) was the sister of my maternal grandfather, Joel Daniel Martin.  Florrie was the 5th of 14 children born to Adolphus Burdine Martin and Elizabeth Pa...

Young & Savvy Genealogists: Does this couple in Missouri own your relatives on Find a Grave, too?

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Heather Collins

youngandsavvygenealogists.blogspot.com - Finding this was accidental, I swear! One of my favorite actors is David Tennant, and during an interview he once told the story of a man who asked him for his autograph... in the shower. David Ten...

Carolina Girl Genealogy: This Week On My Family History Calendar

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Genealogy Ninja

carolinagirlgenealogy.blogspot.com - Jan. 25-Jan. 31              Once again, there is nothing to add to my calendar this week.  I always find it interesting how some weeks are full of birth, death and wedding anniversaries and some h...

Sunday's Obituary: Louisa Kahlig Braun - The Spiraling Chains: Kowalski - Bellan Family Trees

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kowalski-bellan.weebly.com - The copy is a little difficult to read, but it says that she passed away in her home in St. Peter (Mercer County), Ohio. She was 78 years old and was the widow of John M. Braun. The obituary lists ...

Alpena Michigan Family History Center | Learn

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familysearch.org - Closed Holidays as well as the preceeding day and day following the event. Closed between Christmas and New Year. The weather closings follow Alpena Public Schools. We occasionally close unexpected...

Top 100 Genealogy Websites of 2015 (page 2)

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genealogyintime.com - Top 100 Genealogy Websites of 2015     from GenealogyInTime Magazine             www.genealogyintime.com               Rank Website Category Country Free Pay 2014 Rank Address 1 Ancestry.com record...

Alpena County | Central Michigan University

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cmich.edu - Origin of Name: A Native American word meaning "a good partridge country." Set off: 1840 as Anomickee County. Name changed to Alpena in 1843. For many counties the number of items listed is quite l...

Michigan, Crew Lists for Various Ports (FamilySearch Historical Records) | Learn

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familysearch.org - This collection contains crew lists from the following ports in Michigan with corresponding NARA publication number: To search the collection: ⇒Select "Browse through images" on the initial collect...

the wayfaring one: #52Ancestors: Catherine Kerr Oder

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goinoverhome.blogspot.com - So, I just found out about the #52Ancestors challenge yesterday, so I'm a little late to the game. But I had to jump on the bandwagon because this is a great idea! So, my first ancestor to write ab...

Your Irish Family, Peter J Dwyer Irish genealogy and family history eXpertGenealogy Professional

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expertgenealogy.com - Peter J Dwyer Cork Ireland Contact this Professional Add to or replace the message below I need professional help to research my relative or ancestor. Please let me know what information is necessa...

A History of the Place Names of Alpena County

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nelsonherron.tripod.com - Other interesting results of the lumbering era were the development of the “stopping house” and the appearance of the many flag-stops on the railroads.  The lumber camps were scattered over a large...

The British GENES Blog (GEnealogy News & EventS): NIFHS to expand its research centre in Newtownabbey

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britishgenes.blogspot.com - The North of Ireland Family History Society (www.nifhs.org) has a dedicated research centre in Newtownabbey, not far from Belfast and my old haunt of Carrickfergus. It was not too long ago that it ...

Are you or a family member researching your Civil War ancestor?

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Cindy Freed

genealogycircle.com - Check out Ancestors In A Nation Divided – available in Kindle and also in paperback. Great research help as you start to learn about your family in the Civil War. I’d love for you to sign up for my...

michigan newspaper history / Alpena County

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michigannewspaperhistory.pbworks.com - Thunder Bay Monitor began publishing on Apr. 30, 1863 by Daniel R. Joslin. In 1866 it changed names to The Alpena County Pioneer. The Alpena County Pioneer began publishing circa 1866 by Albert C. ...

DNA and other Adoption Resources

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Alpena Co Library

rootstories.com - My wonderful Aunt Barb (she is not biologically my aunt, but a friend of the family) mentioned to one of my sisters recently that her beloved husband, Russ (who died of cancer far too young) was ad...

100+ Family Interview Questions

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Genealogy Ninja

rootstories.com - If you could ask one ancestor any question who would it be and what would you ask? Please answer in the comments section below. Here is a list I have compiled that you can use when interviewing you...

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The most visited historic sites in Ireland 2014 (PHOTOS) - IrishCentral.com

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irishcentral.com - Ireland’s Office of Public Works (OPW) the group responsible for the upkeep of historic buildings in Ireland, has recorded a successful year with an increase in visitor numbers at sites such as Kil...

The Real Reason Why Your Ancestors Didn't Smile in Photos

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crestleaf.com - Ever wonder why your ancestors aren’t grinning from ear to ear in those faded black and white family portraits? Though there are many speculations and theories as to why people donned such serious ...

WGTE Public Media: Cornerstones: The Germans -

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wgte.org - See how German immigrants helped bring this region to life. Beginning in the 1830s and continuing into the 20th century, thousands of Germans immigrated to northwest and west central Ohio, clearing...

DuSyl Family Lore & History: Who descended from: Henry de Percy, 9th Baron Percy and 2nd Baron Percy of Alnwick (1299–1352)?

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dusyl.blogspot.com -                                                                                  Henry de Percy, 9th Baron Percy and 2nd Baron Percy of Alnwick (1299–1352) was the son of Henry de Percy, 1st Baron ...

8 Top Websites for Videography Training

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rootstories.com - Do you want to create a video personal history, but aren’t sure how to get started? Here are a few websites that can help you get on your way to making quality video on a budget with little or no e...

10th MICHIGAN INFANTRY COMPANY D

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migenweb.org - 10th MICHIGAN INFANTRY COMPANY D 10th Michigan Infantry COMPANY D OFFICERS RANK NAME HOME AGE Captain Huckins, Israel Lexington 39 1st. Lieutenant Nims, Hannibal H. Lexington 27 2nd Lieutenant Jenk...

10th Michigan Volunteer Infantry Regiment - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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en.wikipedia.org - The 10th Michigan Infantry Regiment was a infantry regiment that served in the Union Army between February 10, 1862 and August 1, 1865, during the American Civil War. The 10th Michigan Infantry was...

History of the formation, movements, camps, scouts ... . - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library

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babel.hathitrust.org - Loading History of the formation, movements, camps, scouts and battles of the Tenth Regiment Michigan Volunteer Infantry : containing a short historical sketch of every officer connected with the r...

Record of service of Michigan volunteers in the ... v.10. - Full View | HathiTrust Digital Library

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babel.hathitrust.org - Loading Record of service of Michigan volunteers in the civil war, 1861-1865. Pub. by authority of the Senate and House of representatives of the Michigan Legislature under the direction of Brig. G...

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