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Keeping Contacts for Future Reference
Contacts become very important as you do your research. There are different categories of contacts that you may want to keep records of. Some you will use often, but others only occasionally. Here are some contacts that I have found as I have done my genealogical research.

Kim Cattrall WDYTYA Review
Kim Cattrall was featured on the show Who Do You Think You Are?. It was a very emotional episode which examined her family’s feelings as a result of a husband/father leaving a wife & three daughters during the depression.

Kindred by Octavia E. Butler Book Review
Kindred is a look into the past. Dana, a young African American woman, finds herself, with her white husband,in the mid 1800's slave era sent to save her ancestor from death - so she would be born. This novel very vividly puts us into the slavery era and shows how strong black families survived.

Land Records
There are many types of land records-title abstracts, land purchases, grant, and more. Land records are typically one of the records kept from the very early days of settlement in an area and may be available when other records are not.

Land Records
Land records are a transfer of real (not personal) property. Come read more about how land records can help you in your research.

LDS Genealogy Resource Links
I did a LDS Genealogy Resource Presentation at the Tennessee Genealogical Society. I wanted to share my handout with you.

Legacy Family Tree Webinars
Legacy Family Tree offers great webinars for FREE. Check it out!

Legal Terms in Genealogy
Legal documents are often researched when documenting for genealogy data. Knowing the meanings of legal terminology can help in research.

Legal Genealogist Review
The Legal Genealogist is a wonderful resource written by Judy G. Russell. Come learn more about this wonderful informative blog that educates us on genealogy and the law.

Letter from an Irish Descendant
I am sharing a letter of an Irish Descendant, Father Tom Maloney. He beautifully reflects on the history of Ireland and how it related to his genealogy research and lives of his ancestors.

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