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FamilySearch Labs Updating It’s Websites
Familysearch.org is a familiar genealogical internet site that many of us have used. Familysearch has another website that many are just now hearing about. It is FREELY providing databases on this site. This site is http://search.labs.familysearch.org. Come learn more about it!
Lloyd Dewitt Bockstruck is a wonderful genealogist from Texas, but so much more. He supervises the genealogy section of the J. Erik Jonsson Central Library in Dallas, Texas. Come learn why he is this week's Genealogy Great!
Wisconsin is a beautiful state that has boundaries of Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Minnesoto, Iowa, and Illinois. Here is some facts I learned about Wisconsin that I hope will help you in your family research.
Christine Rose, CG, CGL, FASG is one of my favorite genealogists to listen to as she lectures. Her sense of humor shines through and she is NEVER boring. Her lecture on court houses has helped me as I visit the MS and TN courts. Come learn why she is this weeks Genealogy Great!
The History of Mother's Day
Just what is Mother´s Day based on? When was Mother´s Day first held? And what are the special celebrations held around the world?
Genealogy poems to enjoy
Dick Eastman is the author of Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter, a daily publication. Come learn more why he is our "Genealogy Great" for this week!
Elizabeth Shown Mills
Elizabeth Shown Mills is one of the greatest contributors to genealogists today.
Every year I am learning more about the “people” who are writing genealogical articles, speaking at conferences and developing the tools to help the everyday researcher gain those skills and tips. Come learn more about these skilled genealogists willing to give of their expertise.
Genealogy & Death
Death is one of those experiences that all of us will one day face. When death does occur, there are usually several forms that are filled by the closest family member or friend. These forms filled out at death can be used as genealogical documentation for our family.
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