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Researching the Descendants
Genealogy research usually has us examine documents on our ancestors. We are looking for those names, dates and places that refer to birth, marriage, death, land deeds, and much more. But, there are times when we find ourselves looking for descendants. Come learn more!
Reuniting Families Dead or Alive
I had an awesome experience this past week. I am helping a friend of mine discover her family roots. Not only did I discover her roots but reunited her with a long lost cousin.
Review of Civil War Era by Dollarhide
William Dollarhide's Civil War Era “identifies the places to look and documents to be found for ancestors during the decade, 1861-1869, as well as post-war veterans. The volume is laid out first by nation-wide name lists and then by state listings in alphabetical order”.
Revisiting Family Lines
I have revisited some family lines that had me hitting the “brick wall”. With so many new databases being released & new websites available, I was hopeful something I missed before would help me in furthering my research.Here are examples of recent discoveries I have found.
Revolutionary War Genealogy Research Review
Genealogical Publishing Company has put out some wonderful publications called Genealogy at a Glance. Genealogy at a Glance has put out some wonderful laminated research material. Revolutionary War Genealogy Research by Craig R. Scott, CG is one that I have found quite helpful in my research.
Richard Hightower Cox, Champion
Memorial article on Richard Hightower "Champion" Cox, celebrating his life's accomplishments and struggles. This article was written for a Cox Reunion.
Roger Murphy & Nancy Wilson Descendants
Roger Murphy and Nancy Wilson's descendancy. It is great fun to find cousins researching the same family you are, helping each other add and correct family lines.
Roots for Kids Review
I have heard from friends that their kids are getting interested in genealogy. But, once they have been bitten by the genealogy bug, we need to provide them with resources and instruction so they will learn the proper way to do their family history.
I recently sat home all weekend watching Roots and The Next Generation of Roots. It has a great impact on me as I watched it.
Roots Television is a great site that is excellent for genealogist in their learning endeavor. check out "Are you Smarter Than a Gradeschool Genealogist?"
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