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Timothy McQuaid
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This link is to my URList with 48 APPS I use for Genealogy.
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How about adding iTranslate, works great when reading documents in different languages.
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Timeline of my McQuaid Family in Dromore Parish, County Tyrone 
The Great Famine 1844-1852, that hit it's climax in 1846-47, was but one of the many famines of the time, like the potato failures in 1790-1800, 1816, 1822 and 1836. Besides the many mini-famines, fev...
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Long lost family found along the Tummery road, outside of Irvinestown.
Tummery Road Rt- A32 Tummery Road Tummery, Dromore, Tyrone, Ireland My 2nd Great Grandfather Thomas McQuaid 1837-1905 and his wife Mary McQuaid 1835-1901, first appear in US records on the 1880 Census...
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Does anyone know where to find a blank Excel, 1940 Census form? I have a PDF version, but it won't save to my computer if filled out. I can only print it.

Also, I keep getting a message saying "Could not find 1940census.archives.gov". Is the site down? Anyone else having problems?
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I found a new Tool. It is like a Pinterest for 'Whole WEB Pages'. You make lists of links that are important to you. I created a list of the WEB sites I use most often in my Irish Genealogy Research. See: http://urli.st/39m-Irish-Genealogy. You can join & share you lists at http://urli.st/
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They've just added a search, it seems. I've added all my genealogy bookmarks, and I'll continue to play. I don't get how I have 5 followers already, and how the lists in my network are completely random!
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A 132 years of wandering comes to an end today. Heading off for a Sunday dinner with two 3rd and two 4th (McQuaid/Barrett) cousins in Tummery, Dromore, Tyrone, East Omagh, Ireland. Will also be stopping off in Blairgowrie, Scotland ancestral home of my Grandmother Agnes Lynch (Flynn)
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What economic statistic would you use to compare your ancestor in 1940 to yourself today? If they rented it could be (annual housing cost) / (annual income)= % cost of income. Or if they owned (annual income) / (house value)= % income of value . Inflation has done a number on us. One of my Grandfathers that rented has a rent that's 13.1% of his income. Mine is 22%. The other Grand father, that owned had an income that was 64% of his house value. Mine is 30%. Not everything improves with age.
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Thinking of using Pinterest for Genealogy? It's easy to get people to talk when you show them a picture from their past. How do you plan on using Pinterest?
Manson House, Ware Massachusetts. After WW-II, in the late 1940's and early 1950's,my Grandfather, John Leo McQuaid B1902 and his sons owned and ran the Mansion House Hotel. The Casino Theater...
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I was just thinking about this. I wonder if Pinterest could be a tool for genealogists.
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I was researching the cause of death listed on an old record and came across this great web site.
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