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Going Further Back In My Genealogy

I’m reaching the Middle Ages in my genealogy research.  This is one of the tidbits of information found by another researcher, Wilben Dahl,  He’s writing about the prevalence of Heraldry and Coats of Arms. 80 more words


Blogging the Bible 91 - 1 Chronicles 1-9 - Who do you think you are?

I enjoy the series ‘Who do you think you are?‘ – I’m sure that there are some celebrities whose family trees don’t hold any surprises, but those that make it to the screen often have some fascinating stories. 260 more words

Blogging The Bible

Ava Gardner now on Flickr

I have scanned all the documents from the Ava Gardner vertical file and they are now on our Flickr page! 14 more words

NEHGS Makes Some Content Free Through September 9

The New England Historic Genealogical Society (NEHGS) is making some of its content free to celebrate Labor Day. “The Census, Tax, and Voter Lists category is a collection of 40 separate databases containing a range of resources to provide information about the families who resided in the New England states between the 18th and 20th centuries. 45 more words

Useful Stuff

gone girl: the hunt for my elusive great grandma

confession time: Ancestry.ca is my jammm.

I’ve lost track of the hours I’ve put into recording my family history and expanding my family tree. With my research and reference training, I seriously excel at it. 559 more words


Ancestry Launches New Collection of Wills and Probate Records

Ancestry has launched a large collection of Wills and probate records, which it is making free to access through September 7th. This is a press release/announcement blogged by Dick Eastman. 58 more words

New Resources

Kansas City Irish Fest Genealogy Volunteers

We honored some of our fantastic KCIF Genealogy Volunteers.  We couldn’t do it without them!  These are the 5-year veterans for our festival.  We also now have 3-10 year volunteers, Collette Kiszka, Don Kiszka and Cheri Piersee. 112 more words