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Pull together all of your #genealogy research data in one incredibly helpful file. http://bit.ly/2zhGeni

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Researching people around my great grandparents helped me find siblings and two maiden names. #genealogy http://bit.ly/2hGGeni

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FAMILY TREE TO THE JUBILEE DATE!
Execution of the order 48 hours. Price starts at $ 49

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For our friends with Dutch ancestry, we have some exciting news! Fifty-one million new records are now available on FamilySearch. Among the new Dutch collections are civil registration records, census and population registers, church records, and army service records: http://bit.ly/2ff6zN3.

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#MaineGenealogy #Maine #Genealogy


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This Tuesday is the October BCG-sponsored webinar!

David Ouimette will present "Databases, Search Engines, and the Genealogical Proof Standard!"

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It's like spending the day, one-on-one, with a brilliant professional genealogist. You'll be inspired! #genealogy http://bit.ly/2hFGeni

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The thought of starting your family history can be daunting, possibly because you don't know quite where to start. But it can be simpler than you think! Try adding a photo or an audio story to FamilySearch, or discover helpful apps. See more simple starts to try here: http://bit.ly/2yvSmDc.

OK genealogy lovers, time to get some feedback.

I have a feature coded that will search and return matches on claim, analysis and conclusion. For example, search for the word "Boston", and it will return any claim, analysis, or conclusion that includes the word "Boston".

The question is - how do you see yourself using this feature?

How you use it will help me design how to display it (rows, "cards", claims first, etc...).

Let the feedback begin!

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Genealogy Discovery: Matchless Love in Old Tennessee

Read the story on the GenealogyBank blog: http://bit.ly/2nnBH3d

The 10th of April 1842 was a day for love in Blount County, Tennessee. All three Love siblings were married by their father, the Rev. William Love – and all of them lived in Blount County, Tennessee.
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