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Genealogical Resources of the Civil War Era (Online and Publishes Military or Civilian Name Lists, 1861-1869, and Post-War Veteran Lists) has just been released by Family Roots Publishing Company. It was written by William Dollarhide with foreward by Leland K. Meitzler. 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”.
Family History Consultants for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints are called to this position to help members develop the skills needed to identify their ancestors. One of the ways to do this is meet with your members and provide fun interactive ways to learn about Family History and Temple related topics.
School is starting up again in just a few weeks. The stores are having their “Back to School” specials, and students are not the only ones taking advantage of these savings.
There are a lot of things researchers can do from home, but there comes that day when that vital piece of data is just not on the internet. There are various reasons, children at home, finances, work, school, etc., you may not be able to just pick up and go to the court house, funeral home or the Family History Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Do you just give us on that information?
We tend to document our families or those we are doing research for, but what about “YOU”. Are you thinking about the records, documents, certificates, and resources that YOU are creating and citing those sources? Who is documenting/citing YOU?
I did a presentation on LDS Genealogy Resources and wanted to share my handout.
Ohanasoftware is now offering free genealogical webinars. I was given permission to share this information with you:
We have a fun and exciting month ahead. We look forward to seeing you at this month’s Webinars. We are excited to bring you the June guest presentation!
Maureen Taylor is the author of Uncovering Your Ancestry Through Family Photographs. Through Photo Detective, she’s dedicated to helping those who share her infatuation with discovering the stories behind images of the past. She has been featured in many articles. Come learn more….
The Family History Center (FHC) was founded in 1894. It serves about 2,000 patrons daily and is the largest facilities of its kind in the world. The FHC has many valuable resources!
How does your family react to your doing family research? In my family, some strange things happen. Does this happen to you?