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Documenting YOU
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?

Documenting Your Lineage
One of reasons some do family history is to join a genealogical, historical or hereditary society and/or organization. While each of these groups have their unique qualifications in order to join, most of them require documenting their lineage from the person applying to the qualifying ancestor.

Documenting Your Past
As genealgoists we search for clues our ancestor's left behind. Documenting Your Past might have that fascinating document, come learn more!

Early Families of the Memphis Area - Needs Help
Descendants of Early Settlers Of Shelby and Adjoining Counties Announce NEW BOOK! EARLY FAMILIES OF THE MEMPHIS AREA Help us get this new book to print by Christmas!

Early Immigrant Count in Tennessee
The state of Tennessee had many immigrants living within its boundries between 1850-1930. With the Mississippi River flowing through the western boundary of Tennessee, many immigrants found Memphis and other river cities as their home.

Elizabeth Shown Mills
Elizabeth Shown Mills is one of the greatest contributors to genealogists today.

Essie Mae Hester
May 10, 2009 is Mother’s Day. As I was reflecting on this special day, I started thinking about my maternal ancestors that lost their little ones at infancy—and some even their own lives.

Experiences of Joining the DAR
My experiences in joining the DAR and the application process.

Exploring Your Roots Cruise
Genealogy Cruises are fast becoming the new way to attend genealogical conferences. The genealogy cruise has the speakers and lectures that we are use to; but also adds the wonderful food and relaxation a cruise can give.

Factors That Influence Your Research
It is very important when doing family history to know what is going on in the community around your families. It could very well make a difference in discovering your ancestors and saving you time in knowing possible sources and/or dead ends. Here are some of the things to be on the watch for.

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