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When does a customer’s right to privacy preclude a site from sending unwanted marketing emails?  Apparently for some the customer’s right not to receive those emails does not matter. It is understandable that some genealogy sites want to market their…
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“[I]t will be beyond the skies when Jesse W. Steele, private, company G, Third Texas Infantry, kisses the lips of that ‘mother o’ mine,’ for Monday Morning at 11 o’clock he got his summons to appear before the Great General in the final court marshal.”[1]…
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Just successfully finished another case of locating living relatives for an unclaimed person who has been waiting in the medical examiner's office since 2012.

Another soul reunited with his family, even if it is after death.

#ForensicGenealogy #UnclaimedPerson #Success
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If you are in the Conroe area, or willing to drive to Conroe, here is a very important organization interested in restoring and preserving a local historic cemetery.

You can help out by either volunteering your brain power (attend meetings), physical labour when it comes time for that, or mostly, donations to assist the group in moving forward with the restoration of the cemetery.

http://cccrp.org/2018/02/14/february-2018-update/
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Many of us take a DNA test to find our heritage, our family, and sometimes our potential health risks, but what happens when we discover the unexpected in the DNA results?
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While genealogy is a great adventure, only in Texas does it take on a whole new aspect of adventure. As part of my ProGen class I decided to look for a newspaper article that might mention the person I am writing about.  I was finally able to locate…
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I am going to say something that may come across as confrontational; we are not responsible for our forefather’s sins. History is History After watching several of the genealogy shows it amazes me that the people on them celebrate their ancestors who…
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Genealogical research involves taking a singular moment in history to understand the who, what, and why. Here is a good article about why history is important.

http://msc.gutenberg.edu/2001/02/the-importance-of-history/
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