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Awesome database for 1890-1899 church death records. #genealogy  
We are pleased to announce that we have a new database on our website, Hamilton County Church Deaths 1890-1899.  This  is the latest and last installment of 19th Century church deaths, indexed by Jeffrey G. Herbert, covering ...
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Search this new database for your historical peeps. Church Deaths 1890-1899, Hamilton County, #Ohio . #genealogy Thanks to Jeff Herbert for this wonderful index! And to Bob Brodbeck for the upload!
We are pleased to announce that we have a new database on our website, Hamilton County Church Deaths 1890-1899.  This  is the latest and last installment of 19th Century church deaths, indexed by Jeffrey G. Herbert, covering ...
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Very informative (and great pics of ) tour of Hamilton County (Ohio) Recorders Office. #genealogy  #familyhistory #ohio
Dave Pittinger, Wayne Coates, and Jim Dempsey Last Wednesday, ten lucky HCGS members got to spend the morning at the Hamilton County Recorders Office. Wayne Coates, Hamilton County Recorder, Dave Pittinger, Chief of Staff ...
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I stumbled across an interesting blog about a multitude of topics. Check it out: musings, financial analyses, sports, opinions, history, ...
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Pat's right: accuracy and proof matter. #genealogy 
Recently, I was poking around on my newspaper database looking for any mentions of my great-grandfather William P. Donar (1826-1899) or his son William H. Donar (1826-1923)  when I came across the ...
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A sad development. The story continues...
Thomas and Mary Elizabeth were married on December 23, 1846. By 1848, they were parents of a little girl. Although early records list her name as "Atlanta" (I'd love to know the story behind that), later records use the nickn...
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Search this new database for your historical peeps. Church Deaths 1890-1899, Hamilton County, #Ohio . #genealogy Thanks to Jeff Herbert for this wonderful index! And to Bob Brodbeck for the upload!
We are pleased to announce that we have a new database on our website, Hamilton County Church Deaths 1890-1899.  This  is the latest and last installment of 19th Century church deaths, indexed by Jeffrey G. Herbert, covering ...
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No, I certainly do not want the #genealogy dept at Indiana State Library to be eliminated. #calltoaction #familyhistory 
Indiana House Bill 1001 – the State Budget Bill  – includes a proposed 24% cut in funding to the Indiana State Library. According to State Librarian Jacob Speer, the proposal includes elimination of the Genealogy Department a...
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Civil war gravestone project. Want to help out?
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Hamilton County Genealogical Society Makes a Difference Volunteer Project
Now that the summer is upon us we have a volunteer project
that might interest you. Do you like to wander through cemeteries taking
photographs? Would you like to honor and memorialize Civil War Veterans buried
in Hamilton County? Or maybe you would like lo...
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Congratulations to Deb Cyprych, editor of The Tracer!

"The judges’ comments included 'it was one of the most professional newsletters that they have reviewed,' and 'the content was far above any of the other nominations submitted for 2014.'"   #genealogy
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Congratulations - really good newsletters involve lots of time and effort by all involved. Wonderful that The Tracer  won award.
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Family, Friends, Family History, Genealogist, Technology, Euchre, Graeter's Black Raspberry Chip Ice Cream ;)
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I admit that my housework suffers because of my addiction (I mean, dedication) to genealogy research. ;) I'm always trying to strike a balance between work and play. Wish me luck?
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Office Manager / Bookkeeper; Genealogist / Family Historian
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  • Office Manager / Full-Charge Bookkeeper, 2014 - present
  • Self-employed
    Bookkeeper (Independent Contractor), 2014 - present
  • GrandmaDidWhat.com
    Professional Genealogist, 2013 - 2014
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How'd She Do That?! Using Facebook to Break Though Brick Walls
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I continue to be AMAZED how social media can QUICKLY give you the answers to break through your family history brick walls. In just the last

The Little Red Bench
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The Little Red Bench 2-20-2015 Used with the permission of Tim Jeffries, Photographer I'll admit it -- I spend way too much time on facebook

HCGS Heritage Groups
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Do you think you have an ancestor who was here in Hamilton County in the early years of its existence? Have a look at the index that has bee

Abigail Stephens - Murderer
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Thomas Probert was the jailer in Mt. Sterling for ten years from approximately 1866 to his death in 1876. In researching this time period, o

Post-Civil War Lawlessness in Montgomery County, Kentucky
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In yesterday's post, Vigilante Justice, I discussed how the alleged killer of a black Civil War Veteran, Simpson Grubbs, was freed from jail

The Jail Business
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As a family historian researching an ancestor from 150 years ago, I feel very fortunate that Thomas Probert left such a great paper trail. A

Hamilton County Online Deed Indexes Are Now Available
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If you've never used deeds as part of your genealogical research, you may be missing out on a gold mine. In Hamilton County, searching for a

Thomas Probert Was a Good Shot
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On January 17th, 1866, the Cincinnati Enquirer reprinted this notice that had been printed in the Frankfurt Yeoman. I don't know much about

Proposed Elimination of Genealogy at the Indiana State Library
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Indiana House Bill 1001 – the State Budget Bill – includes a proposed 24% cut in funding to the Indiana State Library. According to State Li

Hamilton County Recorders Office
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Dave Pittinger, Wayne Coates, and Jim Dempsey Last Wednesday, ten lucky HCGS members got to spend the morning at the Hamilton County Recorde

Session Added: Hands-on with Land 2, November 1, 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm
hcgsohio.blogspot.com

The Hands-on with Land session scheduled for 1 p.m. is full. A second session has been added at 3 p.m. on the same date. If you are on the l

Family History Month Starts with You
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It is Family History Month! But, did you know it’s also American Archives Month? That’s right. And although I don’t think that it was comple

Hamilton County Genealogical Society Makes a Difference Volunteer Project
hcgsohio.blogspot.com

Now that the summer is upon us we have a volunteer project that might interest you. Do you like to wander through cemeteries taking photogra

The Tracer Wins 2014 NGS Award
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The Tracer is this year’s winner of the National Genealogical Society Newsletter Competition in the category of County or Local Genealogical

Young Parents -- Thomas and Mary Elizabeth
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Thomas and Mary Elizabeth were married on December 23, 1846. By 1848, they were parents of a little girl. Although early records list her na

Thomas -- Young Husband and Entrepreneur
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The next time Thomas appears in the public record is as a young husband to Mary Elizabeth Diamond. They were married in Lexington on Decembe

Saturday Night Genealogy Fun - How Many Cousins Do You Know You Have?
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It's Saturday Night - time for more Genealogy Fun! Your mission, should you decide to accept it (cue the Mission Impossible! music) is to: 1

Thomas -- The Early Years
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Credit: Wikipedia.com Thomas H. Probert, the son of William and Mary (Polly), was born on August 29, 1824. Until I discovered a digital copy

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