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Matthew Miller
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Laurel Hill Cemetery
My wife and I visited Laurel Hill Cemetery in Omaha, Nebraska last weekend, hoping to find the graves of some of her ancestors. It was a spur of the moment stop. I didn't have any of my research of her family with me. I had to rely on my memory of names of ...
Laurel Hill Cemetery
Laurel Hill Cemetery
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Are You Related to Anyone Famous?
I just learned about a very cool tool provided by Family Search. It's called Relative Finder . It will tell you about any famous people, living or from history, and tell you your relationship to them, such as fifth cousin, once removed etc. This uses the Fa...

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Autoclustering - Large Groups
In my previous post, I talked about the new tool, Autoclusting by Genetic-Affairs. I still believe this is the most powerful tool that's come out to help in analyzing your DNA results in long time. This makes it so much easier to see the in-common matches a...
Autoclustering - Large Groups
Autoclustering - Large Groups
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Auto-Clustering of DNA Matches
In the Facebook genetic DNA groups, I've seen one subject discussed pretty frequently over the past couple of weeks that I hadn't heard of before. That is auto-clustering of DNA matches. This looks like a spreadsheet of your DNA matches, color coded and clu...
Auto-Clustering of DNA Matches
Auto-Clustering of DNA Matches
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Multi-Generational Portraits
I had this idea as a gift for my wife, step-daughter and mother-in-law for a few years. I got started on it right away but never managed to finish it because of availability of the individuals, a decent camera and the materials at the same time. Finally! It...
Multi-Generational Portraits
Multi-Generational Portraits
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Your Zig-Zag Ancestral Line - A Challenge
I need to keep up on reading the blogs of other genealogists. It seems I'm always busy and never get a chance to sit down and read. I recently started reading several of the blogs I follow. I always enjoy Linda Stufflebean's "Saturday Night Genealogy Fun". ...

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Tom Doran and Cale Hall of Junction, Texas
In the book, The Mason County "Hoo Doo" War, 1874-1902 , author David D. Johnson quotes a letter from Mason County dated February 27, 1877 written by Private H. B. Waddell noting that Kimble County was "a theifs stronghold." He continued: "Old man Dublins m...
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