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When bad handwriting makes finding your ancestor a challenge, take advantage of this phonetic secret weapon - http://bit.ly/1GQhSDr
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Imagine a family-owned business that can trace its history back for hundreds of years. How amazing would that be? - http://bit.ly/1xhnsMU
Many families have a tradition of family-owned businesses. Many of these are small companies that get handed down from parents to children. Many automobile franchises and restaurants, for example, are family-owned and operated. Even large corporations such as Mars, Bechtel, News Corp., Ford, and Wal-Mart, can be owned by a single family. One of the…
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Catch up on your genealogy news from the week with News Stories for Genealogists, March 13, 2015 - http://bit.ly/1O0IHYI
This week's roundup of news stories of interest to genealogists includes pieces from millions of years ago in the human family tree to the Brady Bunch and S&H Green Stamps. We start this week’s news roundup with a story from KFDA in Texas. While performing a routine installation in Fort Worth for AT&T, Scott Martin…
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Get to know the five nineteenth-century women who are still alive - http://bit.ly/1FbkTet
March 5, 1898, was a Saturday. The port of New York welcomed 495 aliens at Ellis Island. The men on board the S.Y. Beligica, an expedition from Belgium to Antarctica, were trapped in the ice. Victoria sat on the throne of Great Britain. The front page of the New York Times discussed a court of…
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One of the most important parts of researching your ancestors is locating them. Here are five free resources that will help! - http://bit.ly/1GvSEYZ
One of the most important parts of researching your ancestors is locating them. Knowing where they lived is the critical first part. Without this, it is impossible to find other records. Here are five free resources for identifying locations your ancestors may have lived. Getty Thesaurus of Geographic Names The Getty Research Institute in Los…
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Catch up on your genealogy news with Chief Genealogist Michael J. Leclerc's weekly segment - Blog Posts and New Stories for Genealogists - http://bit.ly/16aDyuU
This week’s roundup of genealogy news includes copyright, online family trees, British newspapers, a genealogy butler, and a century-old mystery. Copyright is a serious issue for genealogists. Judy Russell, the Legal Genealogist, discusses it often. This week she announced a valuable new reference. The third edition of the Compendium of U. S. Copyright Practices has…
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One of the biggest issues we have as family historians is conflicting evidence. Here are some guidelines to keep in mind when evaluating your research. - http://bit.ly/1ykujk0
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Watch out for these sneaky pitfalls when searching digital databases - http://bit.ly/1EWx8iy
The twenty-first century genealogist would not be able to research as effectively without the plethora of databases available online, especially those that provide access to images of the originals. But there are cautions to be aware of in order to take the best advantage of the information in these databases, which often can be hidden.…
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Spock had many words of wisdom through the years. Here are some of our favorite things he taught us about about genealogy - http://bit.ly/1BZYLVJ
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Don't miss out on your genealogy news for the week! Check out Michael J. Leclerc's Blog Posts and News for Genealogists - http://bit.ly/1vV23s7
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Whether the adoption was today, or two hundred years ago, DNA can help you identify the birth lineage of your ancestors -http://bit.ly/1yBf2Lm
As genealogists have incorporated DNA testing into the research process over the last few years, amazing strides have been made. Increased precision in testing as well as an increase in the variety of tests available have produced many new clues for research. But in addition to breaking down brick walls, DNA can introduce new possibilities…
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