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Friday Finds 20 January 2017

For the last couple of years, I have been setting up posts about the new and updated collections at Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch.  From time to time, I have noticed posts on the blogs I follow about new (and not so new) records online, and I have not been keeping track of them. 667 more words

Ancestry.com.au

Pursuing the Parkfield

Findmypast announces new additions to their record collections every Friday. This past Friday (January 13th) brought an unexpected surprise – a newspaper titled Lloyd’s List. 792 more words

Genealogy

Without a Hitch

What would you say is this first name?

Don’t feel bad if you don’t know. One of the major online genealogy organizations didn’t know either. Here’s a screen shot of how the record was transcribed in… 1,111 more words

Genealogy

Friday Finds

For the last couple of years, I have been setting up posts about the new and updated collections at Ancestry, FindMyPast and FamilySearch.  From time to time, I have noticed posts on the blogs I follow about new (and not so new) records online, and I have not been keeping track of them. 470 more words

Ancestry.com.au

Ireland Dog Licence Registers

Non-Traditional Record Set

Added: 30 December 2016
Website:  Find My Past

About the collection:

Dog licences were introduced into Irish law in 1865 and the first licences were issued the following year. 115 more words

Findmypast

Search Guide: US Census 

From the Findmypast blog:

The United States Census is the backbone of almost all American family trees. Have you exploited it to its fullest potential?

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Research Notes

1939 and all that

Findmypast exhorts me to find out about my family on the eve of war. This is mainly not mysterious as I did a junior school project in the late 1960s. 1,446 more words

Family History