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Marian Burk Wood Oct 28
Sharing my handy cousin relationship chart to illustrate who's who in our cousins 1x removed, 2x removed, and so on! Including siblings of direct ancestors on public family trees can serve as and lead to new research possibilities for
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Erin, Master Builder 3m
How's everyone's evening going? I'm making serious progress cleaning up profiles- I may finish the S surnames tonight!
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John F. P. Murphy 39m
The crucial element of your research is chronology. 🕛 As Lisa Lisson mentioned on her blog, timelines are a genealogist’s best friend. They will help you to be organized and discover potential gaps or inconsistencies in your research.
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David Allen Lambert Oct 27
This is so disgraceful. How headstones from a historic Black DC cemetery wound up along the Potomac River in Virginia - The Washington Post
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My Genealogy Roots Oct 24
Now this would be an amazing office for my research! I need a lotto ticket ASAP! 🥰🥰🥰
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Paul Chiddicks Oct 22
Who thinks we could do with more based programmes on TV? There are so many channels now and Genealogy is an extremely popular hobby, but we do lack a representative amount of TV programmes, thoughts anyone?
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Genealogical Studies Oct 28
The National Institute for Genealogical Studies’ course : Autosomal DNA - Testing for Everyone examines genetic genealogy tests, and how to combine atDNA with traditional paper genealogy. Course begins monthly. Register today!
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Gail Dever Oct 26
OGS Toronto Branch lecture series in November -- Researching your military ancestors. 🇨🇦
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Kenneth R Marks 9h
Just Completed! United States Update - 1,110 Free Online Voter Record Collections for the U.S.. Often neglected, you can find ancestor residences between censuses as well as the place of naturalization and other useful info. .
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Alistair McGowan | Bespoke Genealogy Oct 27
Hi everyone, nice to be here. Here are 120 useful links to free websites from around the world. Includes links to training and tools.
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Patricia Oct 26
Love it when the homophobes in groups block me cause I don't put up with their heteronormative bullshit. 😂 😘 👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨
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#PostedInThePast | Helen Baggott Oct 28
A stunning view that's very familiar to me of in . The postcard was sent by a visitor to his friend in . The family tree extends to Wales and across the Atlantic to Washington State.
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Marian Burk Wood Oct 28
Was my hubby's great uncle named Alfred or Alford? I presented the evidence in my blog post and the answer is . . . read my post and see whether you agree!
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Melissa Barker Oct 24
It's Day #24 of "31 Days of Tips from The Archive Lady over at my blog "A Genealogist in the Archives" during American Archives Month! Today I am talking about "Museums Have Archived Records Too!" Check it Out!
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Lynn Heiden Oct 26
New Blog about two Ambrotypes and I make a surprising discovery!
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Randy Seaver 53m
Today's News and Education Bytes posted with links to news stories, new and updated record collections, and education opportunities (conferences, webinars, podcasts, videos) in
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Geni Oct 26
Have you used city directories in your research? What did you find?
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Genealogy Stories Oct 23
Just taking this excellent question a little further. What genealogy or history shows would you like to see on TV? What would they be about? What type of format?
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Julia 9h
Anyone else had a typed long marriage certificate from GRO? This came about a week after I was expecting it. Can’t see any reason why it’s not the usual a4 copy. Will mess up my folders 🤦‍♀️
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TGP Oct 23
A new episode is out! Paula Stuart-Warren talks about making a living as a full-time researcher, getting involved and getting known and why her credential is important to her business.
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