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Genealogy books, cds, ancestry and family history research center to find your family tree. Genealogical.com, parent of the Genealogical Publishing Company and its affiliate, Clearfield Company, is the leading publisher of books and CDs on genealogy and family history. Over a period of more than fifty years the GPC/Clearfield genealogy collection has grown to 2,000 titles featuring a wide range...
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The National Genealogical Society is the premier nonprofit educational society for genealogists, beginner and experienced alike, providing publications, online courses, and an annual conference. The National Genealogical Society (NGS) is pleased to announce the publication of two new books as part of its Research in the States series, which now covers research in more than twenty-four states....
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Free genealogy and family history online made possible by the USGenWeb Project volunteers. Search free genealogy websites for your ancestors. Welcome to The USGenWeb Project! We are a group of volunteers working together to provide free genealogy websites for genealogical research in every county...
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Genealogy & Family History Databases. Birth Records, Marriage Records, Death Records, Census Records. Free Genealogy Search for Family History. Gjenvick-Gjonvik Archives - Maritime, Military, Immigration Offers extensive information, photographs, documents, and more on Steamships, Passenger...
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Legacy Tree Genealogists is a worldwide provider of professional genealogy research services. Our genealogist team can discover your family! Our company has been discovering family stories for over a decade as Legacy Tree and a whole lot longer as individual genealogists. We search the world for...
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Dave is a past president of the Board for Certification of Genealogists, former director of the National Genealogical Society, and past editor of the Wisconsin State Genealogical Society Newsletter. With nearly 40 years of research experience, his interests include churches and their records, migration paths and causes, English and Germanic research, and Presidential genealogy as well as...
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Your FREE genealogy starting point with more than 332,000 genealogy links, categorized & cross-referenced, in more than 200 categories. "Think of the Dewey Decimal System. You look up a book you want, you might find something else of interest right beside it. Way cool for more than a century. With Dewey, we can stumble upon things that will help us. Same with Cyndi. We go to the subject in...
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Tracing your roots is fascinating and rewarding — and tricky sometimes. The Ohio Genealogical Society makes it easier and more fun! Local chapters throughout the state host regular meetings that cover the how-tos in a casual group setting. Annual state conferences, summer workshops, boot camp for beginners — all offer assistance for beginners and even experienced family history researchers....
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Trace your ancestors' unique story and your family tree with help of the GenForum community and research archives on Genealogy.com. Genealogy.com is a source for family history buffs to find genealogical research originally posted in GenForum and our most popular genealogy articles. Start a search or browse below to start digging into your family's past! Genealogy.com has a new look. The...
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Registration Fee of $15.00 The Clay County Genealogical Society, Inc. has received a Historic Preservation Education Grant from Indiana Landmarks, Indiana Humanities, and the National Endowment for the Humanities. Monies from the grant will be used to hold a one-day Cemetery Restoration Workshop on Saturday, September 10, in Center Point from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. The morning session will be...
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FGS and local host the Illinois State Genealogical Society invite you to join genealogists and family historians from throughout the world for some innovative time traveling experiences in Springfield, IL! Learning: With over 160 sessions, 72 expert speakers from around the world, 10 luncheons with speakers, 7 workshops, 2 interactive seminars, and exhibit hall, learning opportunities abound in...
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GSP recently rebuilt our website on a new server. Explore the site and look for collections as we are still adding collections. Some larger collections and those with more complicated databases (our webinars, the Public Ledger Death Index, the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, and others) are still in process. The Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania (GSP) is a non-profit educational...
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The Jefferson County New York Genealogical Society helps researchers of genealogy learn more about the history of Jefferson County, New York, find family links and ask and answer related queries. Our purpose is three-fold: first, to promote and encourage original genealogical research. The second purpose is to encourage and disseminate a greater knowledge of genealogy and its history in the...
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WMGS' database website has been named to Family Tree Magazine’s list of Best State Websites for Genealogy for 2015, published in the December 2015 issue and online. Click the award badge here to view the entire article. This list honors the best websites that specialize in genealogy research for one of the 50 US states. The 75 websites represent the go-to online destinations for tracing...
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Significant concerns have been expressed over the years by the legal profession and consumers about percentage fees, or so-called “contingency fees,” being charged by most heir locator firms. Otherwise known as “heir hunters,” these firms and individuals use questionable, high-pressure tactics to obtain excessive percentage fees of inheritances. In order to protect their percentage fee, heir...
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Are you looking for a speaker? Planning your next conference, all-day seminar, or yearly lecture schedule? The Speakers Guild Directory was created for you. We, the members of the Genealogical Speakers Guild, have compiled information about ourselves as speakers making it easy for you to find us. You may search our Directory of Members alphabetically by speaker or by location of residence of...
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Our monthly meetings take place on the fourth Tuesday the month January thru May, and September thru November, at 7:00 PM in the auditorium of the New City Library. We also co-sponsor joint meetings / speakers with other societies and the New City Library. Society projects include the copying, computerizing, and publication of Rockland County church, funeral home, state census, and cemetery...
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The Michigan Genealogical Council is the leading gateway to and advocacy group for Michigan genealogy and family history societies. The Michigan Genealogical Council has created an updated Genealogical Speakers List, containing speakers' names, contact information, topics presented, and the societies and organizations where those presentations have been delivered over the past 2 years. This...
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The name Rural Retreat first appeared in Wythe County on a marriage return sent to the court by Lewis Sid Marshall, Minister of the Gospel, on April 28, 1827. This predates by six years the establishment of the Rural Retreat Post Office in 1833 when the same Lewis S. Marshall was named as the first postmaster. At this time, no town existed where the present Town of Rural Retreat is located....
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The Wake County Genealogical Society of NC promotes research and education in genealogy and family history, and aids in publication and dissemination of local genealogical and historical materials. Our first meeting after the summer break is an opportunity to share your recent research activities. Did you attend a reunion? Research in Salt Lake City or Washington, DC? Study at an institute?...
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