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Brandy Nikaido Oct 16
Pic of my great grandparents and grandma (w/out mask) in Fresno circa 1918 during “Spanish flu.”
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National Genealogical Society Oct 18
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Stuart Somerville Oct 17
My great-great grandfather. He was the town watchman in Walkerton, Ontario.
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Stuart Somerville Oct 17
I've shared this before, but I'm going to again. My great-grandfather. I think he looks quite a lot like , although I've never seen him in a good hat like that.
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Crista Cowan 🍃Ancestry Corporate Genealogist Oct 16
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Oracle Genealogy Oct 17
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Guildhall Library 7h
Some of our resources and how to access them online
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Lauren 📖 Oct 14
Spent the weekend with my best friend from high school. In addition to all the food, good drinks, and chatting, I introduced her to the world of research. Ten mins into her poking around Ancestry I hear “hello rabbit hole”. 🤣
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Virtual Genealogical Association 21h
From the Alamo Defenders' Descendants to the Veterans of the Battle of the Bulge - learn all about lineage & heredity societies on Tuesday with Christine Johns Cohen. Free for VGA members.
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Family Memories Oct 16
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Ian Hunter 😻 🐈 6h
My paternal grandfather and grandmother on their wedding day 1932 Bathgate
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Sam Williams 21h
My tree has now surpassed 14,000 individuals! I love my family forest!
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Síobhra Aiken Oct 17
With all this talk of Kevin Barry, here's my greatgrannie's recollections of running milk for the Barry's on Fleet St. "Monuments should be erected to the likes of Margaret [Stuart] - the ordinary people who survived while the heroes are all long dead".
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CoatOfArmsGenealogy Oct 14
genealogy tip, please check and double check the dates, and though multiple sources if possible. Found one last night, where the date recorded on Find A Grave was out by 50 years, and even had a photograph of the headstone showing a different date.
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Lynn Heiden Oct 14
Thursday Pic A lovely group photo down at the seaside!😍😍Full of happiness and NO social distancing!!! I have shared before but I love it!
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Debrett Ancestry 9m
Comfort Wilkes Take a look at our selection of which are available here:
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Lynn Heiden Oct 16
Saturday Pic Such a wonderful group photo, another of my Ebay finds! 😍🌸🎊💒💞 What spectacular dresses!!!!! This photo💒By Photographer Edgar Bradshaw, 64, Station Rd,
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Eppik 5h
🏫 What was life like for early university students? When did the new universities open? When were women allowed to go to university? Learn more about what university life was like for our ancestors 👉
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Purple Squiggle Services 4h
Happy Monday. With lockdown the work of online resources that rely on volunteers are more vital. This weekend I've been researching some dissenters. Find A Grave is a great resource when you can't get to a cemetery
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Paul Carter Oct 15
What a wonderful use of to see such historic locations in a new way.
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