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News You Can Use in Your New York Research

In the past few weeks, both FamilySearch.org and Ancestry.com have each updated 2 New York collections. 96 more words

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SLC Trip Day #1

There is nothing like going into a research trip while still recovering from a performance weekend! But I am happily on vacation, crossing off a bucket list item by taking a week to do research at the Family History Library in Salt Lake Cityona trip hosted by the… 147 more words


United States Utah Applications for Indian War Medals 1905–1912

This project consists of applications and other correspondence submitted by veterans or next of kin to procure a medal for veterans who participated in the Indian wars in Utah from 1850 to 1872. 3,986 more words

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Pa. Lawmakers Eye More Penalties For Faking Military Records

HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania state senators are advancing a bill to expand penalties for people who falsely represent their military record for their personal benefit. 125 more words


A Major New Research Resource: The Astonishing Records of the U.S. Sanitary Commission

Next week at the New England Regional Genealogical Conference (NERGC), the NYG&B is sponsoring a lecture by Terry Koch-Bostic on the records of the U.S. 98 more words


John Tristram Tasker World War One

My great-grandfather John Tristram Tasker served as a Gunner in the Canadian Expeditionary Force with the 2nd Divisional Ammunition Column, Canadian Field Artillery from 25 FEB 1915 until honourably discharged on 29 MAY 1919. 31 more words


Six word Saturday: trying to decipher another war record

Having learned as much as I could about the military service and death of Eric Gray, I’m now ready to research the story of his older brother Wallace. 13 more words