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Using the Cemetery for Genealogical Research
Using the cemetery for your genealogical research is something most researchers are familiar with. The information you can get can often be the key to breaking down that brick wall. Here are some tips to help you in this endeavor.
Using Your Genealogy Research
Discovering your family ancestry can be very rewarding, especially when it is a ancestor you had to struggle to prove lineage of. Once you get your family information as far back as you can, or gotten to that “brick wall” you just can not seem to break, what should you do with all that data?
Using Your GeneaSenses
I have been doing research and coming across wrong information submitted to many different websites. I am wishing researchers would use their Geneasense. Come learn more!
VHS to DVD Using DVD Recorder
If you want to transfer a lot of VHs tapes to DVD you will find a flood of equipment types. This article helps you understand what you need and what you don´t.
VHS to DVD using the PC
This article teaches you how to use your computer to Burn new DVDs from VHS.
Virginia Genealogy Links to help in your research
Visiting Your Ancestral Town Review
Carolyn Schott wrote the book Visiting Your Ancestral Town. These series are “created especially for the action-oriented person who wants to try something new and wants to find out about it now.” It is a wonderfully written book designed to help someone as they make plans to travel.
Volunteer for Genealogy Work!
There are so many incredible resources now available on the web, from cemetery lists to census reports and much more. These were all made available by volunteers - regular people just like you!
Washington Co., TN Deeds, 1797-1817, Vol. 2 Review
Genealogists that are researching in the Washington County, Tennessee area have a great new resource to use. The following book is now available: Washington County, Tennessee – Deeds, 1797-1817, Volume 2 written by Loraine Bennett Rae.
Washington State Archive and Library Resources
The Washington State Archives and Library has great resources in their digital archives. Come learn more...
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