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Amy Maroney Sep 26
Join me and author Elizabeth St.John behind the scenes of her captivating series, The Lydiard Chronicles via
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James S. Henry Sep 5
buys for $4.7B. Wall St is getting seriously interested in DNA.
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Root Pursuit Sep 25
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Paul Chiddicks Oct 10
So here it is......My Life Story The Life and Times of Paul Chiddicks Part 1 The School Years via
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Lara Diamond Sep 23
JewishGen has a great new resource--indexes to testimonies w/names of those mentioned! Not only did I find my g-ma’s testimony (which I'd seen), I found relatives gave testimony, regardless of testimony lang.
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Karina Anglada 🇵🇷 Sep 20
This is from my paternal grandfather’s World War II draft card in 1942. Note the categories for race and complexion. My abuelo was born in Puerto Rico, and my dad and I have never seen this document before yesterday.
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🦇🧟‍♀️🧛🏻‍♀️ Danielle ⚰️👻🧙‍♀️ Oct 12
I emailed my local council regarding the location of a grave. got straight back to me w/ directions around the cemetry to the location & said if I let them know when I'm going up they will mark the grave & path for me with so that I can find it. How lovely is that?
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LurchHill1313⚰️🧟‍♂️🕸 Oct 11
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Yarra Libraries Sep 17
🌳Remote access to for library members has been extended through to December 31 2020 due to the continued impact of Covid-19. 🌱Start exploring your family history via our website: 📸From our photo archive "swimmers on Yarra bank"
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❄️❄️The Ice Queen ❄️❄️ Sep 15
just updated my ethnicity breakdown again.
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Kristin Rand Oct 11
I am proud of our COVID-19 research group at AncestryDNA! Our pre-print is now available on medRxiv!
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Genoplot Sep 15
We appreciate the review, keep them coming!
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Stray stars chronicles Sep 19
Working on redoing a known as . She is one of my electric class dragons and they tend to have a lot of and . Also adjusting things that i forgot about often when drawing her in chapter 1.
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Irish Times Abroad Oct 5
They traced Tom Cruise’s Irish back 1,000 years, found Justin Trudeau’s great- x6 -grandfather who went to Trinity in 1722, and introduced Barack Obama to his long-lost relatives in Moneygall. But the is not just for the famous
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Gerard Cooke Sep 30
post: This is my great-great-grandfather, Rev. Thomas Ralph Musselwhite (1815-1888), vicar of West Mersea, Essex. Sabine Baring-Gould described him as "a kindly man, but not possessed of many interests or of much information"(!)
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PRIM.BLACK Sep 15
🔥 PRIM IS COMING 🔥 Send us your work! & get it platformed and showcased to the 🌍 the way it should be. Be in the midst of an array of Black creatives sharing their stories in the medium they love. Email content@prim.black now !
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CommoTariTendo Sep 19
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Miss Betsey Trotwood Sep 18
My latest DNA from their new up date. Disappointed my Scottish dropped & English increased, but it is what it is or is it I am what I am or who they were?? Confusing.
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Elizabeth O'Neal 💖 Heart of the Family Aug 20
FREE access to Ancestry's 700 million yearbooks through 27 August 2020! 😀
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Genealogy Jude Oct 17
I thought it would be helpful to put together an article on how you can research an ancestral home, using sources that are free or of minimal cost. I hope you find it useful! An English Village - How to find out about a Place via
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