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Emma Jolly Oct 20
💻 I’m giving a free, virtual talk for Camden Local Studies & Archives Centre on Tuesday 3rd November, 6pm: “How to Use the Census for Family and Local History”. 30 minutes + questions. Book your place at Hope to see you there!
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Eric Oct 20
It's time to dig up records, It's time to talk DNA, It's time to meet the Genies on tonight! It's time to cite your sources, It's time to chat away, It's time to tell their stories on tonight!
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Anne Buchanan Oct 20
Not a favourite document per se, but a favourite photo. My Grannie (Margaret MacDougall McDonald) in the middle with her sister to the right and cousin to the left - both Chrissies - and two unnamed tups at the farm, Urlar.
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David Dobie Oct 24
Good memories: It’s a year since people were assembled for , 24-26 October 2019. Who can you see that you recognise in this photo?
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Paul Chiddicks 9h
A little project that I have been working on for a while will be unveiled tomorrow at tomorrow nights ‘The Big Reveal’ only one day to go
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Sorrel J-H Oct 20
Hi Wondering if anyone else has a favourite family document/record? This is mine... a wedding certificate that is a keystone to my FAN research. It has 6 family members, including my 3xgt gfather.The 2 witness names were beyond helpful - wish I could thank them.
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Marple Cat Oct 20
Evening A case of wonder found on Sunday containing old photos also includes lots of slides. What have others done with these? Anyone successfully scanned? Desperate to see them, even considered a s/hand projector, or is it better to use a digitisation service?
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SilverScreenFamily 48m
How often do you go through old family photographs, only to wonder who the person in the photo is? And when you flip it over, you are greeted with information. We show you how to label old photo scans by using metadata.
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Paul Chiddicks Oct 20
Hi everyone how has your week been? I have been drawn into a story of 4 cousins who went to War and only 2 returned, already tons of conflicting data, online info incorrect, there’s also a lot more surprises to this story
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Jane Hough Oct 20
Here's a question: how many families of your ancestors (loose connections allowed) have you found living in the same street/road in a Census or similar? I'm now up to 7 families living in Buckshaft Road, Cinderford in the 1939 Register.
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Society for One-Place Studies Oct 24
When researching your ancestors leaves you feeling . . . . drained. I'll make my way to the naughty step now shall I? 😉
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🏈 Lynn Broderick 🦥 Oct 20
🇬🇧 Good evening, ! Can you believe it was one year ago this week that some of us were gathering to attend ?
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Tara (Ra Boom di Ay) 11h
I've received an unusual request for help on a family tree: "find vagabonds and reprobates!"
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Penny Allen 13h
Can't believe it-a seat for Fri.13Nov sold out in 30 sec. Patiently waited for the countdown & notta-nothing!Not going to give up gosh darn it! What gives-like really! Dear exec: Pls open an additional week.Pretty pls.
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Marian Burk Wood Oct 20
Hi I'm late (due to my car being in the garage) but happy to read all about what you've been doing this week in
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Wendy Percival Oct 24
On the Bite-size this week... The Booth Brothers story grows and grows...
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HiberniaRoots Oct 25
There you have it. And the °AL° ...not an 'ologist'😊
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🇮🇪 Rosiemonstre 🏳️‍🌈 Oct 22
A little piece about my recently-published article in
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Kelly Cornwell Oct 23
Hi friends does anyone know what this cause of death might say? TIA
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Katherine Schober, SK_Translations 6h
Good news! If you missed the popular webinar "All You Need to Know About German Names" this summer, there's one more chance! This Thursday, October 29, 1:00 ET!
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