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  • Springtime Organization

    May 5

    Yes, at least once a year, you should spend a little time re-organize (or organizing the first time) your family history files. Here are a few suggestions to help uncluttered what your have. You could have information on individuals that you thought at first were relatives, ancestors on the family tree and you eventually concluded -- they were not...

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  • New York City Marriage Records

    May 3

      Now available is the digital index to the New York City Clerk’s Office marriage records (the application, affidavit, and license) covering from 1908-1938. It is free to use and open for public use. The different New York sections available now include Manhattan 1908-1929, Bronx 1914-1917 and Brooklyn 1908-1927. To be added to the digita...

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  • Steps in Gathering Those ‘Family Leaves’

    Apr 5

    No one ever stated that creating your family tree would be easy. It does take time and patience. To avoid any major mistakes, which is a big 'no-no' -- review over these various steps or procedures to help collect the right family branches and leaves to form the correct family tree. I always believe, never accept as 100% correct and copy anyone ...

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  • Your Blue or Gray Ancestors

    Apr 1

    As you go through gathering information for your family tree, somewhere along the way you may well come across ancestor or two who were either military soldiers or sailors during the American Civil War (1861-1865). If they supported the North - the Federal Union they were recognized by 'Blue' for their uniform. If they supported the Southern region...

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  • Genealogical Standard of Proof.

    Mar 31

    When doing your family history research you look for primary vital records. Those are the birth certificates, marriage licenses, divorce papers and death certificates official filled out at the time of each event by a government agency. These are also known as primary sources, the best for getting accurate information of names, places and dates. K...

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  • Online Search Death Certificates / Records by States

    Mar 29

    Using the death index / records can be of great assistance in making sure your family history has as much of the details as possible. Death records are kept in with state that an individual died in. Even if they never lived in a certain state, if they died there, records are kept. However, such records started to be kept at different times in eac...

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  • Online Help with AncestorCloud

    Mar 19

    AncestorCloud is a new community and social marketplace for family discovery. This genealogy website not only connects you with professional genealogists to help with your research, but also a community of other family historians in over 52 countries who are available to lend a helping hand. Community researchers can pick up records, take local p...

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  • Create a Genealogical Will

    Mar 11

      If you have any type of collection of family photos, history, documents, journals, letters, vital records or written family history, you will want to see that your surviving family knows your wishes as to what happens to those items. If you have a family member who has already requested to take over those records and photos after your death...

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  • A Review of FindMyPast

    Feb 13

    The birth of this genealogical site is in the mid-1960s with a British company named 'Title Research'. All genealogical research was done by searching paper records and microfilm. Jump to 2001 and the use of computers and the Internet, this group created '1837 Online' a digital database of the General Register Office England & Wales birth, marr...

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  • Other 1890s Census Records

    Feb 13

      A major gap in the U.S. Federal Census exists with most of the 1890 Census destroyed in a 1921 fire. You can trace your ancestors from 1880 to 1900, but that leaves 20 years unaccounted for. Here are a few ideas to help bridge the gap in your research. First, if you have already researched and know some family branches did not arrive in Am...

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