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Proving John Smith
During our research some come across very common names such John Smith. When you are starting a research project, it is important to start with the “known” & work your way through your ancestors, documenting as you go. Please read and see if you can help solve this John Smith case.
Pedigrees and Family Group Sheets
With the shows like “WDYTYA” and “Genealogy Roadshow", more people are starting to show an interest in discovering their ancestry. There are many resources out there, but I believe we still need to start probably where our grandmother’s did all those years ago – the pedigree & family group sheets.
Using Your GeneaSenses
I have been doing research and coming across wrong information submitted to many different websites. I am wishing researchers would use their Geneasense. Come learn more!
ISFHWE Writing Competition
I had the privilege to be the Contest Coordinator for the 2013 International Society of Family History Writers & Editors' “Excellence-in-Writing” competition. As you research your family history, why not consider writing about it and submitting to a contest online or in your area!
A genealogy/historical webinar is an online event that is hosted by a company or organization to a group of people who have registered for the event via the Internet. It allows a speaker to share PowerPoint presentations, etc. Come learn more!
Genealogical databases are wonderful tools that we can use online. I recently started collecting really useful databases from all over the United States, and some from other countries. Come learn more!
Civil War Lecture Review
I recently attended a wonderful Civil War lecture by Dr. Lee Eugene Wilson at the Tennessee Genealogical Society. Come learn more about Civil War resources!
Washington State Archive and Library Resources
The Washington State Archives and Library has great resources in their digital archives. Come learn more...
Michael John Neill's Genealogical Resources
Michael John Neill is a very educated genealogist who shares his genealogical resources thru several different means. Come learn more...
Finding Death Information
There are many things we document when researching our ancestors. Death is one of the first things, (along with birth and marriage) that we try to solve on an individual.Come learn more on how to discover death information.
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