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David Allen Lambert 8h
As a student of African American genealogy and history I am very excited about the launch of - a database needed for a very long time for genealogy and history. I am hoping to collaborate with my New England research.
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Institute of Paralegals 13m
Join us for virtual networking with guest speakers including Sam Kimber, Genealogist who will be sharing why family information should not be taken as 100% reliable! To book your FREE place visit
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Genealogical Studies 4m
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 offered monthly. Register today!
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The Polynesian Genealogist (she/her) Nov 30
To all my genealogy friends: Ten years from now, what changes do you hope to see in the genealogy industry?
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𝕃𝕪𝕟𝕟𝕖 𝕋𝕨𝕖𝕖𝕥𝕤 Nov 27
Found this occupation on the 1911 England and Wales Census and appreciated it. I feel ya, Eleanor.
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J A Genealogy 48m
Many thanks for the resource links
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J A Genealogy 54m
A fantastic resource. I may not need to use it too often here in the UK but will definitely be using it for my own education
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Lynn Heiden Nov 30
Great news to begin the week! This beautiful photo is on its way to its family! See my UPDATE Blog with more information about the family.
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Gena PhilibertOrtega 15h
A relevant source for enslaved ancestors.
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Dr. Sophie Kay 14h
So...it's a rare Tuesday away from for me tonight, but I'll be catching up later on. I hope you've all had a good research week. If you enjoy competitions, then keep your eyes peeled next week for my Christmas Quiz!
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David Allen Lambert 14h
Please help support during - Thank you for your support as we celebrate our 175th year of assisting individuals with their
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Lorraine@Time Flies Ancestry 2h
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Paul Chiddicks Nov 24
Don’t forget to tune into tonight at 7pm UK time, for your regular Tuesday night mix of all things related, it’s fast, fun and informative, hopefully see you all later!
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Melanie McComb | ☘️ The Shamrock Genealogist Nov 25
I finally joined to work on my project to document the Tydavnet parish of County Monaghan, Ireland. It's where many of my Irish ancestors came from.
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Marian Burk Wood Nov 30
Quite a bargain and of course I had to join (finally)! Looking forward to accessing the many great resources for research at .
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Melanie McComb | ☘️ The Shamrock Genealogist Nov 25
I received a keychain with the words inscribed "I love you"... in my paternal grandmother's handwriting
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#PostedInThePast | Helen Baggott Nov 28
with 'hands across the sea'. Sent on the day her brother was off to China in 1909.
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Ancestry Time Australia New Zealand Nov 29
Will you join us on Tuesday night for ? This week’s topic is Family History Societies.
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Highland Archives 12h
Looking for an unusual Christmas present for someone special? We offer gift vouchers for family history research - watch High Life Highland Family Historian Anne Fraser to find out more.
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Lifelines Research Nov 27
Genealogy has taken me far and wide this week. I've been to C18th Ripon looking for a baptism; followed a hawker through the streets of Ramsgate; tracked a family to German-occupied Jersey and right now I'm dining with a Lord of the Manor deep in rural C17th Essex.
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