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Here are some facts and genealogy links to help you in your family history research in Indiana.
Informant's Knowledge and Memories
Sometimes information given on genealogical documents are only as accurate as the informant’s knowledge and memories. The information given may be incorrect or just part of it is correct; it may not be given in error intentionally, the mistaken facts can lead us as researches in wrong directions.
Introducing Marian Pierre-Louis
Marian Pierre-Louis has two great educational podcasts,"The Genealogy Professional" and "Fieldstone Common". They are both extremely helpful and informative for those doing family history, as well as those transitioning to professional genealogists.
Introducing Roccie Hill
Roccie Hill has been “ghost writing” for many years for personal friends, and has decided to branch out to those interested in their own personal story. Come learn more about how "ghost writing" can help you.
Introducing Your New Genealogy Editor
Welcome from the new editor here at BellaOnline. I am thrilled to be here and ready to jump into helping everyone find the answers to their own personal genealogy questions. Join me!
Introduction to Genetic Genealogy
Special guest editor gives some insight on Genetics and DNA testing. This article is the first in the series on Genetic Genealogy becomes mainstream (see earlier posting). The objective of this article is to explain some basic concepts.
Irish Research Terminology
Irish research terminology for those doing their genealogy for their ancestors in Ireland.
ISFHWE Excellence in Writing Competition
The International Society of Family History Writers & Editors (ISFHWE) are currently taking submissions for their “Excellence in Writing” contest. This is a wonderful way for you to take that information you learned about your ancestor and write about it. Then, submit to the ISFHWE contest.
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!
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