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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.

Missouri Genealogy Databases
Missouri has released a wonderful database.

Can We Link to Adam & Eve?
A goal for many a researcher is proving his line to Adam and Eve. Many researchers have claimed this has been done for their lines. I wondered if this, in reality, could be done

Michael Radar and His Descendants
Researcher is searching for Michael Radar and his descendants. Michael Radar was born 8 March 1750 in Augusta Co., VA and died 18 June 1839 in Jackson Co., VA (now WV).

Disease Terminology (T-Z)
Disease Terminology that may appear on your ancestor's death certificate.

Black Indians
African Americans intermarried with Indians as early as the mid 1700ís. Intermarriage between Indians, Africans and Europeans were quite common in the Eastern seaboard and southeastern states.

Genealogy for the Youth
Genealogy can be fun not only for adults but also for our youth. Family history can help the youth gain an understanding and appreciation for the ancestors and the trials they went through.

Disease Terminology (S)
Disease terminology you may find on Death Certificates (S)

Disease Terminology P-R
Disease terminology you may find on Death Certificates P-R

The Weather and Our Ancestors
I often wonder about the weather and our ancestors when severe weather approaches my home. They had no televisions or radios to warn them and no sirens to scream of the approaching tornado. What did they do?

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