Archive for December, 2008
Genealogy New Year’s resolutions are a good way to renew your family history spirit. Here are a few of my New Year’s Resolution I would like for you to consider when making your own commitments for the 2009 year in genealogy
Obituarieshelp.org is your resource guide for obituaries and genealogy. It has the most complete online resource for newspaper obituaries, sympathy ideas, funeral resources and searchable family ancestors records.
In all the hustle and bustle of the holidays, I just wanted to take time to wish everyone a very
Merry Christmas. But, I am also giving thoughts on those who are having a tough time this year.
Map Guide to German Parish Registers – Grandduchy of Baden, second edition, written by Kevan M. Hansen is part of a series compiled to make accessing German records easier. “Its purpose is to aid in identifying what church records to search if a specific town is known. If only a general area is known, perhaps from a passenger list or naturalization record, this resource can also aid in identifying which church parishes can be found in that locality and facilitate accessing those records.”(Foreword by Kavan M. Hansen)
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A researcher had gotten her African American ancestors to the 1870 census, and like a lot of you, hit a brick wall. It was not beginning classes she needed, but a few suggestions where to look next and a whole lot of luck. Here are some sugestions that might help.