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Lara Diamond Sep 15
I laugh when people say they're "done" their . I've been working on mine for 30 years, and I still find more information regularly. Here's a document that helped me to find the names of three new direct ancestors!
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Amberly Beck Sep 12
Volunteering at my local FHC tonight I helped a patron identify her great-grandfather using DNA. Her grandma never knew who her father was, but tonight, that patron gets to call her dad and introduce him to his grandfather! rocks! 🧬
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Katharine Andrew Sep 17
What do you do when you find something controversial, such as murder/suicide/rape/cult membership/etc., in your research? Leave it in your public family tree, keep it private, leave it out all together, or “other”? Curious about what you all would do.
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Amberly Beck Sep 17
Today is the 2nd anniversary of my Grandma's death. There aren't a lot of photos of in her later years. This one is particularly good. ❤️
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Becks Kobel 💄💀 Sep 17
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coffeeandchurchrecords 12h
Will today be the day I reach 400 followers on my instagram? Shameless self-promotion - go follow me at
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David Sage, Author Sep 11
"Often we passed through tunnels of interwoven bamboo, where daylight scarcely penetrated, and we could catch but occasional white flashes of water from the rushing creek only a few yards away" - father's journal
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Stephany 10h
I love learning names of places that got their names from my ancestors. There’s Cook Gap in Watauga Co., NC. That’s where my Cook family lived. :)
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Lynn Heiden Sep 14
New Blog. Such a lovely week for me😊 More family old photos returned to their families!
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Victoria Prescott Sep 15
Mystery with history: fiction on Kindle and KU. Three books in series. Amazon UK: Amazon US:
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Carole Steers Sep 17
I woke up to the best news this morning ... I've been chosen as an Ambassador for 2020 out in Salt Lake City. It's my fourth year going, and I do feel honoured to be an Ambassador for the first time. Who's Coming to Salt Lake City?!
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Melanie McComb | ☘️ The Shamrock Genealogist Sep 18
Honored to serve again as Ambassador for
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The Wandering Company(29 years strong) 18h
My oldest son has a school field trip to Gettysburg PA this Autumn for History class-I am honored to be his father and know that he is related to a Civil War soldier, a Sergeant, in fact, who fought in the Battle of Gettysburg and lived!
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Melanie McComb | ☘️ The Shamrock Genealogist 23h
My latest blog post is live "My new Siegel Family" where I discuss the latest reunion in my family tree
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Loganealogy Sep 13
I'm so excited. My principal approved my idea of having a Detectives Club to teach 4th graders . I start in October.
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@innisfailauctionmarket 2h
The foundation of the Daines family, Snowden (aka S.A.) & Ethel Daines and fondly remembered as the parents of the 7 Daines boys, Jim, Jack, Norman, Glen, Ivan, Franklin & Danny.
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Virtual Genealogical Association Sep 14
Have you registered yet? Watch the Nov 1-3 conference live & access recordings & handouts for 6 months after! Members get a $20 discount & membership is only $20 for an entire year of benefits!
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LifeinthePastLane Sep 18
Congratulations to all my friends who will be Ambassadors!!
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Marian Burk Wood 9h
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Marisa Buchanan 50m
Drunken grandmother: I haven’t had a man since 1902 Everyone else: You we’re born in 1952 Confirmed, grandma’s a time traveler
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