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William Mallet Nov 16
Question for folks: What town is this in Illinois listed on a passenger record dated 1888? The ship sailed from Antwerp to NYC.
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Amberly Beck 17h
Joseph Miet is my 8th great-grandfather. His marriage and death records do not name his parents. But guess what?! I used my awesome detective skills and identified them anyway! I would love your feedback! ❤️
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Katie Jane 24h
I'm leaving an query and dashing off to netball...any ideas about prisoner officers archives from 1956 onwards, ex military...have found an elusive family member listed as prison officer 1958, died 2000.
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Amber Oldenburg 📖 34m
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Genealogy Jude Nov 21
Ok, I give in, with this offer I can no longer resist. Looking forward to finding some gems to add to my through newspaper sleuthing.
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Lynn Heiden Nov 20
Thursday Pic This is the 3rd of 3 beautiful Cabinet Cards😍I found recently, all together but sadly no names😕 Siblings & both are dressed so beautifully😍 Photographer from Love the reverse image of studio😊
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MyHeritage 2h
Users have been delighted with the new and improved version of the List View! Read more:
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Jenna Mills 3h
Who has ancestors in these documents?
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Helen Parker-Drabble 1h
It's family history, mental health and psychological inheritance for me. Fortuitously, it's also what I write about 🙃
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Robert Parker 4s
newsletter: packed with and for your research Published tomorrow! Read more and consider signing up here: Search for content
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JQ Nov 19
Thinking of my late grandfather on back in the '30s they farmed the hard way! Loved him so much
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Lynn Heiden 18h
Friday Pic 👒👒Two more children today, both dressed in wonderful outfits & topped with those fantastic 👒👒😍 Maybe siblings or even cousins🤔not looking very happy😐 Photographer is from No other writing🤔
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Grey Genetics 2h
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Genealogy Stories Nov 20
How closely have you looked at the roads, streets, closes and mews that your lives on?
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Double Helix History Nov 20
Double Helix History podcasts now available: , include chat about , family history around the world, data and privacy
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ALetterFromIreland 20m
Tracing My Irish Ancestors from Tipperary.
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Kevin Reed 32m
Away from home but reminded of one of my blessings in life. @ Ottawa, Ontario
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Nan & Biff Barnes 58m
We’re Losing Generations of Family History Because We Don’t Share Our Stories on Good
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Nan & Biff Barnes 1h
Have you claimed the most valuable asset your ancestors passed down to you? On Sovereign Man
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Legacy Family Tree 2h
The Importance of Non-Fiction to the Genealogist.
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