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Hire a genealogist with Genealogists.com, the world's largest network of professional researchers. Find the best professional to meet your ancestry needs. We know where else to look and can access those locations. As much as we would love to have all the records that we need in one location, that fact remains that most records are in multiple locations. Very few people have every significant...
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Legacy Tree Genealogists is a worldwide provider of professional genealogy research services. Our genealogists are experts at finding the unfindable, solving the unsolvable and breaking down genealogy. 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 answers. Find the un-findable. And...
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Discover your family history with AncestryProgenealogists. Hire our professional genealogy experts to help you research your ancestors and expand your family tree! Katie is an Accredited Genealogist with a degree in family history from Brigham Young University. With extensive experience as a...
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Web Genealogist teaches you how to free use online resources. Download our free guides and read our recent articles to stay current with online genealogy. Our goal is to provide you with the latest family history information. Whether you have questions about FamilySearch, Ancestry, MyHeritage, or...
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Incorporated in 1964, BCG is an independent, not-for-profit certifying body that is nationally and internationally recognized. BCG promotes ethics and standards through its certification program and publications. These publications include Genealogy Standards; The BCG Application Guide; OnBoard,...
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In News items, I am just back from the APG Professional Management Conference in Fort Wayne, Indiana. It was one of the best conferences I’ve ever attended. And I so appreciated that it was focused on the professional and business aspects of genealogy. I’d like to do a followup podcast episode dedicated to the PMC 2016 and I’d like your help! I’d like to hear from attendees, speakers, committee...
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French people settled in North America mainly during a period beginning with the exploration of the Saint Lawrence River by Jacques Cartier in 1534 and ending with the cession of New France, i.e. from Newfoundland to the Rocky Mountains and from Hudson Bay to the Gulf of Mexico, to Spain and Great Britain in 1763. A professional genealogist with experience, knowledge and access to French...
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FamilySearch recently added a community feature, and it is free! The community area offers forums in which to ask or to answer questions, to upload documents for translation assistance, and to find links to related resources, such as foreign word lists, FamilySearch wiki articles, and maps. Users can participate or lurk and learn. Continue reading. My last post featured tracing a former...
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Many people are unaware that many important records which are crucial to their family tree search cannot be found online. Many important records are only available to researchers who physically visit repositories at the local level in various U.S. states, at the federal level in Washington, D.C., or at the Family History Library in Utah. Our genealogy researchers have access to all of these...
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Professional Genealogist, and New Zealand archives researcher based in the central south island. Genetic genealogy guidance and one on one family history tutoring. Specialising in New Zealand and Maori history. Family history website developer and hold a large library of both New Zealand and Scottish genealogical archives. There is no question that genealogy is heading towards becoming a...
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Alan Phipps, Genealogist. English Ancestry Expertly Traced at the World's Largest Family History Library and on Location in England. English Ancestry Expertly Traced at the World's Largest Family History Library and on Location in England. Alan Phipps, Genealogist. English Genealogical Research / English Family History".
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The North Carolina State archives currently holds more than 4,600 files relating to pension claims that were filed between 1885 and 1901 — the so-called “1885 series.” These files contain information on nearly 3,100 men who died during the war and on more than 1,500 men who suffered disabling wounds. In this book, pertinent information from these files has been extracted and collated, to help...
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I feel summer leaving and I hear fall knocking. It’s less than a month away, and let me tell you, I’m ready for it: Apple cider slushies from County Line Orchard, autumn-colored mums on stoops, fuzzy sweaters, and making my Halloween costume… However, we have a lot of stuff to do before summer disappears completely. We have a BIG September coming up. We’re going to be traveling a lot. And I’m...
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I'm Jennifer, and I'm an Occasional Genealogist... sort of. For over ten years I've been a professional genealogist. I started researching my own family over 25 years ago. Like many of you, I started as an Occasional Genealogist. I had to squeeze research in while in school and while working full-time. Then I got my first genealogy job and for awhile, it was genealogy all the time. Now I have...
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ForensicGenealogist.Pro - Michael S. Ramage is a Certified Genealogist and attorney, and is well qualified in locating missing and unknown heirs in the Mid Atlantic. Court qualified expert witness. We always charge on a reasonable hourly rate plus costs basis, never on a contingent fee basis. Our forensic practice is currently limited to estates and trusts, and real estate, unknown heir matters...
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Welcome to our genealogy website! Your researchers, Wanda Tucker and Sue Ward, are dedicated to discovering links to the past. We have published two books and helped many people find answers to genealogy questions. We have started this site with two goals in mind; helping others learn to do better research, and offering assistance to…. Welcome to our genealogy website! Your researchers, Wanda...
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The Ed Koch Queensboro (59th St) bridge that connects Long Island City to Manhattan over the East River was once called the Blackwell’s Island Bridge after the Blackwell family that were one of the first settlers of Long Island and the area of Ravenswood (Long Island City). The Blackwells were of English origin. The family’s immigrant ancestor, Jeremy Blackwell emigrated to America in 1635 on...
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I just stumbled onto a Podcast that you did in 2015 with Americas Most Haunted. I was so excited to hear the work that you do, combining genealogy and paranormal investigating. I do the same thing!! It great to know that other people care about what “really” happened and who these people “really” are. I find that we get much better results when we go in with valid information. Spirit is going...
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Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City Utah, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty. With additional assistance from our professional genealogists across the globe, we have successfully traced genealogies back as many as thirty generations – to William the Conqueror, 1066 A.D. and Beyond Price &...
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Join us for our educational programs in the fall, winter and spring of the year. Our meetings are open to all, you need not be a member to attend. Meetings are at the Centre Congregational Church in Lynnfield, MA on the third Saturday of Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Sep, Oct, Nov and Dec, with the presentation / program starting at 1:00 PM. We have an informal brown bag lunch prior prior to each...
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