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Texas genealogical resources to help in family history research.
An Ancestor's Spirit and Influence
I would like to share two experiences where the spirit of those ancestors I was researching has influenced me.
Irish Research Terminology
Irish research terminology for those doing their genealogy for their ancestors in Ireland.
Ancestry.com is a wonderful tool to be used by researchers. Here are a few features I have come to use and depend on when doing my genealogical research.
At one point in our research, most of us will eventually be looking for an ancestor in this beautiful state of California. Here are some links I hope will prove helpful.
Getting Ready for Fall Newsletter
As we write our family newsletters, think of the upcoming holidays and fall season. It is never too early to prepare.
Steve Irwin, an Inspiration
Steve Irwin was an inspiration to all people. His deep love for family, wildlife and the environment was apparent in everything he did throughout his life. His life will be remembered, but what about our family's legacy?
Volunteer for Genealogy Work!
There are so many incredible resources now available on the web, from cemetery lists to census reports and much more. These were all made available by volunteers - regular people just like you!
Family Newsletter Questions
A family newsletter can be informative and a lot of fun to do. Before you can write your newsletter, you need to get information from your families.
Starting a Family Newsletter
A family newsletter is one way to help keep families closer. It is a way for parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts and uncles, cousins and close friends to know what is happening in your life.
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