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Review of Civil War Era by Dollarhide
William Dollarhide's Civil War Era “identifies the places to look and documents to be found for ancestors during the decade, 1861-1869, as well as post-war veterans. The volume is laid out first by nation-wide name lists and then by state listings in alphabetical order”.
Family History Consultants can meet with members and provide fun interactive ways to learn about Family History and Temple related topics. Here are some examples...
Genealogical Societies You May Want to Join
Genealgoical Societies are a great resource to use when doing your family history. There are local, national and ethnic Genealogical Societies you may think about joining.
Roger Murphy & Nancy Wilson Descendants
Roger Murphy and Nancy Wilson's descendancy. It is great fun to find cousins researching the same family you are, helping each other add and correct family lines.
How To Get Kids Interested In Genealogy
Since my 7 year old little cousin moved in to my apartment building, I've been trying to get her interested in genealogy. I want her to someday have the same passion for genealogy as I do. I started brainstorming strategies on getting her interested in genealogy and here is what I came up with.
Obtaining Records Without Traveling
There are a lot of things researchers can do from home, but there comes that day when that vital piece of data is just not on the internet. Your local Family History Center can help you get these records without traveling very far from where you live.
Music and Our Ancestors
Music is an important part of our lives. We use music in our religion, for fun, dancing and singing. Music can be loud, but also soft and low; calming the soul. There have been great musicians that have written and made music since the earliest of times.
We tend to document our families or those we are doing research for, but what about “YOU”. Are you thinking about the records, documents, certificates, and resources that YOU are creating and citing those sources? Who is documenting/citing YOU?
Experiences of Joining the DAR
My experiences in joining the DAR and the application process.
LDS Genealogy Resource Links
I did a LDS Genealogy Resource Presentation at the Tennessee Genealogical Society. I wanted to share my handout with you.
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