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Margaret H
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Attended Troy University
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Where Would You Go for Genealogy Help?
Where wouldn't you go?!  When I was first beginning to spend a lot of time on my research, I traveled to various places to educate myself  in my new "hobby" I remember helping my friend get settled in the car; she was on oxygen and had a wheelchair, but I l...
Where wouldn't you go?!  When I was first beginning to spend a lot of time on my research, I traveled to various places to educate myself  in my new "hobby" I remember helping my friend get settled in the car; she was on oxyg...
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Original records...the way to go.
Twenty hours ago, the FamilySearch Blog announced: FamilySearch Adds More Than 3.7 Million Indexed
Records and Images for Belgium, England, Germany, the Philippines, and
the United States.  1.  There are many sources for original records.   2.  These reco...
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Where is the FamilySearch Blog?
Some folks have wondered how to learn about new collections at FamilySearch and what changes re taking place at FamilySearch. When you have registered for the free account and begun your online Family Tree at familysearch.org, there is a link for "What's Ne...
Some folks have wondered how to learn about new collections at FamilySearch and what changes re taking place at FamilySearch. When you have registered for the free account and begun your online Family Tree at familysearch.org...
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Notes from my class, "Beyond Basic Genealogy" (First Week)
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Discussions: Will focus on
relevant challenges for the genealogist/family historian. Genealogy
methodology, (basic principles), as it applies to 21 st Century research. Technology--
software developments that provide a platform for record keepi...
Class Discussions: Will focus on relevant challenges for the genealogist/family historian. Genealogy methodology, (basic principles), as it applies to 21st Century research. Technology-- software developments that pr...
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Christmas Time is Here
The FamilySearch Blog has listed additional information re 2015 Conferences.  If you are looking for an event to attend in 2015, check out their links. Holiday Highs and Lows:    Just a day or two ago, I connected with another family history researcher who ...
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I'm with Carly on this one!
Carly Fiorina, the former Hewlett-Packard CEO and 2016 Republican presidential candidate, is calling on President Barack Obama to publicly release the text of Obamatrade immediately.
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A Link for Maps; for example U.S. State Maps like KENTUCKY!
http://www.mapofus.org/kentucky/   I am looking in Kentucky for my husband's relatives, folks.  I can not for the life of me, locate the parents of Sidney Green Harris who was born in Kentucky.
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I'm recommending this article
Microsoft Word - Why Should I Visit the Family History Center.docx - Why-Should-I-Visit-the-Family-History-Center.pdf This
is an excellent article!  I think even a family history consultant on
the Family History Staff would agree with my estimation. If
y...
Microsoft Word - Why Should I Visit the Family History Center.docx - Why-Should-I-Visit-the-Family-History-Center.pdf This is an excellent article!  I think even a family history consultant on the Family History Staff would a...
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More notes from Class
Sometimes, I jot down random things to bring up in class and then, I forget whether I employed them, printed them out as a handout, or the notes were for my own preparation.  Here is an example of something I think I sent to class members via my Gmail.  Ta-...
Sometimes, I jot down random things to bring up in class and then, I forget whether I employed them, printed them out as a handout, or the notes were for my own preparation.  Here is an example of something I think I sent to ...
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How are genealogists similar to astronauts? 1.  We are tied/tethered to our ancestors and TO OUR COMPUTERS!  We are dependent on others for providing guidance, information, feedback, and keeping us grounded! Genealogists are often, like the astronauts, expl...
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Time Flies
2014 is quickly rushing to an end and pretty soon, we'll slam right into a New Year!  Yes, I know: it's not even Christmas yet.  And yet, I find myself thinking ahead to the many fine things that will be taking place in the New Year.  Especially, for geneal...
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  • Being Retired
    Chief Idol watcher and genealogist, present
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I am wife, mother, and grandma. My interests are Church (LDS), Family History, Reading, and Music.
Bragging rights
Public speaking, Creative writing, Genealogist, Being Grandma of 21 children.
Education
  • Troy University
    Education, 1970 - 1972
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I feel that this cemetery may contain relatives of mine, but haven't proven it, yet. In particular, I am researching Rachel Barnes Crowder and interested in the origin of the Barnes family (one of them, anyway)!
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I have to brag about the genealogy section at the library! It is so helpful to be able to go and have a quiet place to review the materials that are available on the shelves of the genealogy "department".
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