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Using Ancestry.com's "New Search"

Periodically, comments will be posted on one mailing list or another, or some blog or another, by an experienced genealogist, in which they express trouble with Ancestry.com’s “New Search” and try desperately to get back to the “Old Search.” 530 more words

Online Genealogy

Dave Robison reblogged this on Old Bones Genealogy of New England and commented:

Michael Hait is a well known, well respected Certified Genealogist (CG) who has appeared on many popular programs including "Who Do You Think You Are." His post I felt was so well written, I felt that rather than rewriting the obvious, I'd reblog his post. I couldn't agree more. I've been using "New Search" at Ancestry.com since it broke out about 2 or 3 years ago. I have no problem with at all. The latest tweaks simply make it better in my opinion. See what Michael has to say and the comments that should come along with the post.

All the mail came in (Roscoe)

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Post originally found: http://genealogylady.net/2014/04/22/all-the-mail-came-in-roscoe/


Hunting the Ernst Line: Part 6 - The Collateral Lines

Emma M. Ernst was born in 1865 in , , Iowa and died in 1912 in Mount Vernon, Davison, South Dakota at 46-47 years of age and is buried in Mount Vernon Cemetery, Mount Vernon, Davison, South Dakota (Find A Grave Memorial No. 895 more words



108/365 – GRANNY DUNN’S FLAT – Eldon Grove, Vauxhall in Liverpool. I’ve been doing so much research recently into my own family background, I decided today to take a trip out to the streets around Vauxhall Road where my wife Sandra was born. 86 more words


Dalton Family Genealogy II

This is an update to the post Dalton Family Genealogy I, published on November, 29, 2012. When I figure out how to link to the first post, I will do so here. 306 more words


Pink Grandma

My paternal grandma Emma was an amazing woman. Born in 1908 in Liverpool England, the youngest of four children. At the age of 13 she was allowed an exemption to leave school early and enter domestic service. 231 more words


Blood of my blood: Finding my Irish family.

When I was a freshman in college (fall 2006) I purchased a National Geographic magazine issue highlighting various wonders of the world. One of the articles featured Newgrange, a neolithic monument in County Meath, Ireland. 1,467 more words