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Lauren 📖 Jul 14
I want societies to work more with county to bring to life objects that just otherwise sit there with minimal context. I tried doing this when I worked in a county historical society that had a museum. Some already do this, but should be more!
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CMS Research and Genealogy Jul 12
in 1973, a fire destroys the entire sixth floor of the National Personnel Records Center of the United States. Genealogists still feel the sting 46 years later.
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Gena PhilibertOrtega Jul 13
Getting ready to speak to the Silicon Valley Society. 4th stop on my annual speaking tour. Presenting on researching women and received a fabulous to add to my collection from Pamela Brigham!
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Erin, Master Builder Jul 14
today’s reminder: the baptismal record occasionally has the death date as a notation. Helpful when you remember this a year later. Especially helpful when their record is in another parish book than you expect!
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Genealogy Jude Jul 13
Do you have an ancestor that received poor relief, was recorded in poor law settlement records or moved long distances to find work? This article is well worth reading for the insights it gives on life for those in poverty.
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Adam Thompson 3h
Rediscovered a box of family treasures in this office move. Feeling nostalgic while looking at these lifetimes of love. Pictured: paternal grandfather, grandmother, and great-grandmother.
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Genealogy Stories Jul 11
Not everyday a funeral procession of 4 white horses and carriage trots past your door. I live on quite a busy road near the heart of my city! I sat here imagining that these were the sounds the original occupiers of my home would have heard.
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Stephany Jul 19
If you could go back in time, and meet one of your ancestors. Who would it be and why?
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Christina Hunt 5h
Just during July we (IGP Archives) have added over 1,000 images for Mount Jerome Cem Dublin. July additions are on the main page:
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The Secular Genealogist (Jenn) 19h
One of the reasons I love as much as I do is because it's a constant challenge. There is always something new to learn. ALWAYS.
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DSRGenealogist Jul 16
10/10 of Spain’s most common surnames are patronymics (they derive from first names), most of them with the -ez ending denoting “son of”.
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Family History Fanatics 5h
Add sensory cues to your family history to breathe life into your ancestor's stories.
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Stephany Jul 19
I discovered a 7th great grand uncle with an interesting name, Flower Mullins. I would love to know the story behind that name.
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Kenneth R Marks 4h
Huge Update! Looking for Birth, Marriage, and/or Death records for your Georgia ancestors? This New update adds 297 new databases to now total 427 Free Online Birth, Marriage, and Death Records and Index Collections from the state of Georgia. .
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DSRGenealogist Jul 17
Something’s gone seriously wrong with this tree... Can you spot it? 🤣🤣🤣
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BearTough Research Jul 19
Lunch break here at BearTough Research 🐻🍯
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Stephanie 21h
I'm doing some more hunting today. It's leading towards the last name Hoover. Oh please be that I'm more American than I think! lol
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UKGenealogyNews Jul 19
This week's latest additions include: # Essex Baptism Transcripts # Essex Marriage & Banns Transcripts # Essex Burial Transcripts
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Henry Sunshine Jul 19
With my grandmother and my great grandmother on my Scottish side. I know where my curls came from but I wish mine lasted as long as hers did.
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The Photo Alchemist Jul 19
Just finished restoring and colourizing this gem! Parents and their adult children. I love the expression on the dad's face
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