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Tanner Sousley

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"She gained, in death, all she had lost in life."

It's almost unfair to think about all of the children she had lost in her life.

What a strong woman.
Esther Philips was born on September 20, 1798 in between the Carolina's and the Virginia's. It is speculated that her father was from the UK but I couldn't find any information which makes that factual. *Esther is the only pe...
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Laura Foenander

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hi  is there any one out there can help me translate Dutch to English with me..
 thanks  laura   from melbourne australia
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Have you tried any of these:
translate.google.com/ 
https://www.bing.com/translator
translate.reference.com
www.online-translator.com

or just try searching for translators -- there are a bunch of them out there, some free, some not.
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Dollyane Womble

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Boo
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It way have been an AUTOCORRECT moment. You may have meant "Woo", In that case good luck that is a very common name & again no 1st name & I doubt you will locate whom you seek. {I love corny Genealogy humor.}...
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Roberta Russell

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I am searching for Male Henderson to test Y-DNA - contact rrussell777@gmail.com
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I have 2 male Henderson cousins. I will see if they are interested in this. Anything else to tell them? I'm at junebh75@gmail.com

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Mark Rabideau

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If you are looking for Old Maps of the "New World" mostly North America- Canada from the late 1500's through to the late 1700s, you may see/ view/ etc. some 50 + maps at:

http://www.many-roads.com/gallery/cartographicresources/old-and-new-world-historical-maps/

Please feel free to share the links and images with anyone who might be interested.
Visit the post for more.
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This is facinating, thanks for sharing!:-)
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Daniel Curran

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If a person dies intestate, in order to avoid potential action by the HMRC and to complete inheritance tax returns accurately, does anyone need to physically access the property of the Deceased? That is a question Finders International dealt with recently, in response to a query from a public sector client. Finders International often works …
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hai iam bron this world but i havent houes this world am from sri lanka 45 years old am liveing rent houese am never smog never alcoholic never stolen i want errand money honestly am looking job evrey where my child strat hihg educion now my huband lose his job how can we stop child educion i want developpe his educion i want make happy his life am looking for a baby sitter or cere giver job i dont want much money i hope fully salaries usa dollares 700/-per month can you help me stant up  my email ;maheshig2015@gmail.com 0094776697182
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john duggan

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Hi guys I'm new to this I live in Ireland and research the Royal Munster Fusiliers and I'm in the early stages of setting up Kerry's first military museum and I'm looking for photos of RMF soldiers if people are willing to share the as I would love to add them to a memorial wall I am putting together. Thanks for taking the time to read this. Regards John.
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Daniel Curran

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Finders International celebrated an exciting 18 years in business, the launch of our new international services and the opening of our Dublin office with a spring fling on Friday 24 April. #‎FindersInternational‬ ‪#‎SpringFling‬ ‪#‎Genealogists‬ 
 
WATCH: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nLIM7huHGLw
http://www.findersinternational.co.uk/media/finders-spring-fling-2015/
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Harry Carson

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New Android app is better than ever with 'Hints' more accessible and clearer with selection option. A small number present a problem in so far as I have to accept or decline with very limited data upon which to decide. Clearly I leave those until tomorrow.
Well done to those who have helped make this even better. Similar to FMP but perhaps better.
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Mark Rabideau

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Do you have interest in attending a ‘distance’ Prussian-German Genealogy Working Group?

http://www.many-roads.com/2015/07/30/prussian-german-genealogy-workshop/
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I have a bit of a dilemma. I have the following scenario and have tried everything I can thunk of. Does anyone have suggestions as how to proceed?

I have a male relative who married. For one reason or another, they were no longer married by 1900. She remarried sometime between 1900 and 1910. My problem: I have the first/last name of the 2nd husband. However, for the woman and 1st husband I have the first name of the woman...no maiden name, and the last name of the 1st husband. I have tried all types of combinations and looked under every source I could think of. The first marriage, they had 4 children. I've tried various cominations using the children. I tried looking for the 1st marriage, but trying to find maiden names is like trying to find a needle in a haystack. I found all kinds of info on the 2nd husband....everything except his wife's last name. And there is a good chance she didn't use her maiden name for the 2nd marriage.

I do not know what to do to find their names.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Thanks,
John
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Try her children's birth records, sometimes lists mother's maiden name. Also death records of family members. 
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heather smith

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I am looking for my brothers and sisters our daddy's name was Bobby James Reeder. There mom's name was Lou I think. My mom's name is Susan
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Mark Rabideau

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For those interested in Historical Maps of the pre-1776 United States geographic region (1670-1776) I have made some 50+ maps available on ManyRoads:

http://goo.gl/mFqBWA

This particular page is a test of new technology and tools and is in a format different from our other map pages on ManyRoads. Please feel free to share these with anyone you think might find them of interest. I will continue to seek new maps and announce them here.
The historical maps (cartography) in this folder are of the area and region that ultimately became the United States. These maps are from the years 1776 and earlier.    
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Laura Tipler

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I am new to doing ancestry research for my family tree. I am at a stand still though with finding anything on my mother's father. His name was Robert Glenn Myers born in 1900. I was told he was born in Kentucky and that his parents are John Myers and either Florence Gillian or Mary Gillian. Two different documents that I have list different first names for his mother.  He also had a brother named Charles Foster Myers. If anyone can help me or point me in the right direction it would be greatly appreciated.
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I suggest you locate a local genealogy society and ask if they offer an introduction to genealogy class. I found this very helpful when I started researching my family. Good Luck!
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Trina Villa

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Looking for my father Pete Villa out of the state of Washington. In the year of 1971. Camille Smith / Emler was my mother.
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Cat Haynes

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Looking for my biological sister who knows not I'm her sister would love to reunite
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Thank You so much 
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Tracie Hess

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I honor and love others even the sick! Everyone has a purpose!
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Susan Foster

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Would love to get in touch with my biological cousins in California. There mother was my mom's sister . She was given away 1923. Marie and John Campbell.
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I got help from the volunteers at G'S Adoption Registry - I'd recommend submitting a request there.  :)  good luck!!
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Hello I am desperately trying to find out any information regarding my mom Mary Madelinski. Born on Mar 30, 1926. In Connecticut. Her mother (Lillian) lived in Shelton Ct. My mother's father's name was Harry Minerly. I don't know much about him at all except that he lived in Shelton, CT My mom Mary Madelinski eventually ended up in an orphanage known as Highland Heights in New Haven CT. This orphanage only took in kids that were 5 and over. Does anyone know where my mom was for those first 5 years of her life.? Also I am very interested in tring to find a picture of my grandmother Lillian) As well as her relatives that seemed to have moved to (Cook County) Illonios. 
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