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Gini Webb
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Attended Buchser High School
Lives in San Diego, California
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WHO DOESN’T WANT TO BE ABLE TO LOCATE THAT BIRTH, DEATH, MARRIAGE, PROBATE, LAND RECORD OR PHOTO WITH A CLICK OR TWO OF YOUR MOUSE?   No one wants to have to search and search to try to find a document or image that you KNOW...
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 The Alabama Department of Archives and History is the mecca for historical information and original documents in Alabama. There is such a wealth of information that I will be posting more deep links in the future. For now, I...
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Happy Blogiversary, Shannon! 
With the Genealogy Do Over going full force there has been a lot of Evernote questions popping up and most have to do with tagging and notebooks so today I am going to share how my notebooks and tags are set up. Notebooks sho...
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Ancestors In A Nation Divided is now available in paperback. See it here! Ancestors In A Nation Divided will guide you through the steps of researching your Civil War ancestor. From the beginning i...
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I was born in Augsburg, Germany, grew up in Northern California. My ancestors are German, English and Scottish . . . settled in Indiana, Kentucky, North Carolina and Maryland...all rich in history. Now retired, I will be able to pursue my family history addiction and commitment full time.
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Sentimental Sunday: The Rest is Gravy
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The Grand Introduction
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Why am I here? Because people kept telling me I needed to write a blog. As though it was 2004. And more people kept telling me to do it. The

Officially Really Open For Business
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Well, now the secret is kinda sorta out. One of the things about this soft opening of my blog has been that nobody other than me really has

Sepia Saturday: Rolling in the Dough
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Sepia Saturday challenges bloggers to share family history through old photographs. This week’s Sepia Saturday prompt has me thinking about

DIGITAL FOLDER ORGANIZING & NAMING MADE EASY
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Congress 2015 in Canberrra is well underway!
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The 14th Australasian Congress of Genealogy and Heraldry #AFFHO Keen Genealogists enjoying the Congress Welcome Function at the Australian W

Friday's Faces from the Past ~ Uncle Artie and Aunt Winnie
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My granduncle, Arthur O'Neill, died on 7 January 1965, in London, having moved there soon after the war. Dad was just a boy when he left, ye

May I Introduce to You . . . Kristin Cleage Williams | GeneaBloggers
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Come meet genealogy blogger Kristin Cleage Williams, author of Finding Eliza, in this interview by Wendy Mathias at GeneaBloggers.

Rootstech 2015 Day 1
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Sure, I would have opened Rootstech a little differently today - perhaps running out on the stage claiming to have won the 500+ million doll

Join Jean at RootsTech!
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Going to RootsTech/ FGS 2015? See Jean present on three topics: Fun with . . . Citing Sources! It’s NOT Your Grandma’s Genealogy: Making the

World War I Gold Star Database at the Alabama Department of Archives and...
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The Alabama Department of Archives and History is the mecca for historical information and original documents in Alabama. There is such a we

Tagging and Notebooks in Evernote
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With the Genealogy Do Over going full force there has been a lot of Evernote questions popping up and most have to do with tagging and noteb

The Book Of Me: Prompt 67 --What Are Your Priorities?
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If you are not familiar with this wonderful project that was created by Julie Goucher of the Angler's Rest blog, please refer to this link:

Genealogy Do-Over ~ Week One's Progress
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Genealogy Do-Over Following Thomas MacEntee's Group over at Geneabloggers. Week One: Jan 2-8, 2015 1. Setting Previous research aside 2. Pre

Welcome to my world of Genealogy!
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Hello Everyone! I am just a person who has found genealogy interesting for a long time and I want to share with you the interesting historic