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Friday Finds in Newspapers: 27 March 2015
Recently, I found the following article regarding historic newspapers: Troy (New York) Irish Genealogy Society Adds Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787 – 1895 by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Genealogy Newslette r Also: The Library...
Recently, I found the following article regarding historic newspapers: Troy (New York) Irish Genealogy Society Adds Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787 – 1895 by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Geneal...
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Recently, I found the following article regarding historic newspapers: Troy (New York) Irish Genealogy Society Adds Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787 – 1895 by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Genealogy Newslette r Also: The Library...
Recently, I found the following article regarding historic newspapers: Troy (New York) Irish Genealogy Society Adds Marriage Notices Appearing in Lansingburgh Newspapers 1787 – 1895 by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Geneal...
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Thanks for posting this - I had lost the correct weblink - realized it was here: https://sites.google.com/site/onlinenewspapersite/  
 
Scanfest is Coming!
The March 2015 Scanfest   will take place here at AnceStories this coming Sunday, March 29th, from 11 AM to 2 PM, Pacific Daylight Time.   What
is Scanfest? It's a time when geneabloggers, family historians, and
family archivists meet online here ...
The March 2015 Scanfest will take place here at AnceStories this coming Sunday, March 29th, from 11 AM to 2 PM, Pacific Daylight Time. What is Scanfest? It's a time when geneabloggers, family historians, and family archivists meet online here at this blog to chat while they scan their precious ...
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Friday Finds in Newspapers: 20 March 2015 (A Day Late)
Recently, I found the following article regarding historic newspapers: Extra, Extra, Read All About It --- The Detroit News SUBJECT Index Cards are Now Online at SeekingMichigan.org by LE at MCGG and Let's Talk...Genealogy New additions to BAnQ’s online new...
Recently, I found the following article regarding historic newspapers: Extra, Extra, Read All About It --- The Detroit News SUBJECT Index Cards are Now Online at SeekingMichigan.org by LE at MCGG and Let's Talk...Genealogy N...
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Friday Finds and Follows: 20 March 2015 (A Day Late)
Apologies for the late posting this week. Life sometimes gets in the way of genealogy! Articles and posts that caught my eye: SeekingMichigan , the website for the Michigan Historical Center and the Archives of Michigan, released images of death certificate...
Apologies for the late posting this week. Life sometimes gets in the way of genealogy! Articles and posts that caught my eye: SeekingMichigan, the website for the Michigan Historical Center and the Archives of Michigan, released images of death certificates for the years 1921 through 1939.
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Friday Finds and Follows: 27 March 2015
Note: I am undergoing knee surgery on Thursday, April 2nd, so I'll be skipping posting Friday Finds and Follows on April 3rd. It's not a post that would be easy to pre-write and schedule, especially with how busy I'll be in getting everything else done befo...
Note: I am undergoing knee surgery on Thursday, April 2nd, so I'll be skipping posting Friday Finds and Follows on April 3rd. It's not a post that would be easy to pre-write and schedule, especially with how busy I'll be in getting everything else done before surgery. Thank you for your patience ...
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Friday Finds in Directories: 27 March 2015
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historical directories: Chicago City Directories on Archive.org by Michael John Neill at Search Tip of the Da y Direct Me NYC 1786: A History of City Directories in the United States and New York City by Ph...
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historical directories: Chicago City Directories on Archive.org by Michael John Neill at Search Tip of the Da</i>y Direct Me NYC 1786: A History of City Directories in the U...
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Tuesday's Tip: Using the U.S. Special Census on Deaf Family Marriages and Hearing Relatives, 1888-1895
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. During this month, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. Last week , I explained how my ancestor,...
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. During this month, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relatives in historical records. Last week, I explained how my ancestor, Ezra DICKINSON, and his three deaf ...
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Friday Finds in Directories: 20 March 2015 (A Day Late)
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historical directories: Providence City Directories by Diane MacLean Boumenot at One Rhode Island Family Using the “Between” Records – County and City Directories by Alan Campbell at the Ontario Genealogica...
Recently, I found the following articles regarding historical directories: Providence City Directories by Diane MacLean Boumenot at One Rhode Island Family Using the “Between” Records – County and City Directories by Alan Ca...
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Yes, I have to keep remembering to search again for Directories for some of my ancestors.  Thanks for the reminder, +Miriam J. Robbins 

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Apologies for the late posting this week. Life sometimes gets in the way of genealogy! Articles and posts that caught my eye: SeekingMichigan, the website for the Michigan Historical Center and the Archives of Michigan, released images of death certificates for the years 1921 through 1939.
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Tuesday's Tip: Researching Your Deaf Ancestors in U.S. Federal Censuses
The beginning of the sign for "deaf" March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. Today, and for the next four weeks, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relative in histori...
March 13 marked the beginning of Deaf History Month 2015, which concludes on April 15. Today, and for the next four weeks, I will be listing tips and strategies for researching your deaf ancestors and relative in historical records. Although no one in my immediate family is deaf, ...
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