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Price & Associates Genealogists: Doing Genealogical Work - 5 views

Do you know what British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and former presidents Franklin Roosevelt, Richard Nixon and George W. Bush have in common aside from being notable leaders? Along with othe...

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Michael Hait

Reading history blogs for genealogical context - 1 views

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    This column has previously focused on African-American genealogy blogs, in the articles Shout-outs to African-American genealogy Blogs and More shout-outs to African-American genealogy blogs. A third edition soon forthcoming will spotlight several new genealogy blogs. The responsible genealogist, however, would be advised to learn more about United States history, including how it affected African-Americans. History blogs are a vital source for keeping up with current perspectives as well as newly available historical resources, many of which may provide genealogically useful information.
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Genealogy involves s - 13 views

Thank you for that information what do think is the best place to find information like Ansestry.com? oris there a better one and to make a report do I start from me and work my way back when I me...

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Richard Price - 0 views

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    About PriceGen: Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty. With additional assistance from our research professionals across the globe, we have successfully traced genealogies back as many as thirty generations-to William the Conqueror, 1066 A.D. and beyond. Price & Associates professional genealogy researchers have been helping people discover their heritage for more than thirty years. As one of the United States' largest genealogical firms, we have assisted thousands of families to organize, chart, and verify their ancestral lines. Price & Associates uses the best software and genealogy resources available, and even provides access to free databases and researching aids to everyone interested in their family history. Website: http://pricegen.com By Phone 800-288-0920 801-531-0920 (For local callers) By Fax 801-359-4301 By Postal Mail Price & Associates Inc. 15 West South Temple Suite 570 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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Robyn Gygi - 0 views

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    About PriceGen: Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty. With additional assistance from our research professionals across the globe, we have successfully traced genealogies back as many as thirty generations-to William the Conqueror, 1066 A.D. and beyond. Price & Associates professional genealogy researchers have been helping people discover their heritage for more than thirty years. As one of the United States' largest genealogical firms, we have assisted thousands of families to organize, chart, and verify their ancestral lines. Price & Associates uses the best software and genealogy resources available, and even provides access to free databases and researching aids to everyone interested in their family history. Website: http://pricegen.com By Phone 800-288-0920 801-531-0920 (For local callers) By Fax 801-359-4301 By Postal Mail Price & Associates Inc. 15 West South Temple Suite 570 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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    About PriceGen: Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty. With additional assistance from our research professionals across the globe, we have successfully traced genealogies back as many as thirty generations-to William the Conqueror, 1066 A.D. and beyond. Price & Associates professional genealogy researchers have been helping people discover their heritage for more than thirty years. As one of the United States' largest genealogical firms, we have assisted thousands of families to organize, chart, and verify their ancestral lines. Price & Associates uses the best software and genealogy resources available, and even provides access to free databases and researching aids to everyone interested in their family history. Website: http://pricegen.com By Phone 800-288-0920 801-531-0920 (For local callers) By Fax 801-359-4301 By Postal Mail Price & Associates Inc. 15 West South Temple Suite 570 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
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Ancestor Hunt - Free Genealogy Search Engines - 1 views

  • Search for ancestors and locate your family surnames in some of the best and largest databases of genealogy records online.  Our own unique genealogy searches include the Surname Search Portal and the Obituary Search Portal.  U.S. genealogy Searches for each state are being developed!   These will search vast amounts of genealogy data across the web just by entering a surname, revealing obituaries and genealogy data from various genealogy databases and other genealogy and obituary sources. 
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Genealogy Network Facebook - 2 views

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    The Genealogy Box - Genealogy Network - member of the American History and Genealogy Project, utilizing PhpGedView and Surname Search in Genealogy Groups for registered members. Genealogy books, software and reviews from Genealogy Network - Amazon store on Facebook.
Margaret Harris

It's never too late to begin genealogy | Deseret News - 3 views

  • create a separate email account for genealogy purposes
  • try out different genealogy websites and programs before buying them.
  • Alzo described genealogy as being broken into three parts: skill, perseverance and serendipity.
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  • persevere through the difficult times and to understand that some success is happenstance,
  • first steps of genealogy are to figure out what you already know, have a goal in mind and conduct research.
  • Social media is another tool for relatives to find each other, Alzo told the class. Although it may not feel the same as finding relatives who have already passed away, a friend request from a distant cousin on Facebook can link to other sources of genealogy as well as build friendships with living relatives.
  • start with a broad search
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    I was delighted to see this news article at Deseret News! Fresh from the rootstech.org conference, a summary of one class topic!
Margaret Harris

Valparaiso Community Library - 4 views

  • The library has a truly impressive genealogy and history collection which is growing daily.
  • Director David Weatherford, who says, "We now have over 6500 books and documents in the genealogy collection. And, we are now the largest genealogical library in Northwest Florida." David has enlarged and framed about 50 photos of life in the area. These 1920 photos are displayed around the library near the ceiling. He has also reoriented the genealogy section, making it more pleasing and easier to use. Plans are to finish a room where patrons may use microform readers without disturbing others. The filing cabinets housing this material are already in the room. Photo on right is the lounge area in the genealogy section
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    A valuable resource for history and genealogy research in Northwest Florida.
Craig Manson

NYPL, The Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy - 0 views

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    The Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy is located in the The New York Public Library's Humanities and Social Sciences Library. The Milstein Division collects materials documenting American History on the national, state and local level, Genealogy, Heraldry, Personal and Family Names, and Flags. The Milstein Division bears the responsibility for maintaining the excellence of a body of materials that has traditionally been one of the strengths of The Research Libraries. The Astor Library's holdings of United States history on the national, state and local level were enriched by the acquisition of the George Bancroft Collection, purchased by the Lenox Library. Later significant additions were the Ford, Emmet and Myers Collections. Complementary holdings in the Rare Books and Manuscripts & Archives Division, the Print Room and other divisions of The Research Libraries enhance the resources of The Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy.
Julie Cahill Tarr

Genealogical - 0 views

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    Genealogy Books, Genealogy CDs and Family History
Michael Hait

Case study for Y-DNA testing in NGSQ - 1 views

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    On 20 October 2009, this column addressed the topic of Y-DNA testing for genealogical purposes. This relatively new development in science holds revolutionary potential for genealogy, especially African-American research. The most recent issue of the National Genealogical Society Quarterly (Sep 2009) contains the case study of an African-American family where Y-DNA testing revealed direct male line European ancestry.[1]
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Life With Herman - Professional Genealogy Researchers | Price & Associates Genealogists - 4 views

In light of the a talk heard at the BYU Family History conference regarding First Heart Then Chart, I would like to start a series on stories. Some of the best family stories I heard were from Gran...

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Moultrie Creek

Search More Than 9 Million NARA World War II Army Enlistment Records Online at WorldVitalRecords.com - PR.com - 0 views

  • Search More Than 9 Million NARA World War II Army Enlistment Records Online at WorldVitalRecords.com Provo, UT, April 04, 2007 --(PR.com)-- More than 9 million World War II army enlistment records are now searchable online at WorldVitalRecords.com through a shipment provided by National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), one of the largest archives in the US.“The National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC, preserves and provides access to billions of genealogical and historical records, photographs, and computerized resources. I am pleased that WorldVitalRecords.com is including these NARA records on its site,” said Kip Sperry, Professor of Family History, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah.NARA created the database in 2002 in conjunction with the Bureau of the Census. The World War II Army Enlistment database contains the majority of the Army enlistments during World War II from 1938-1946. "I am very grateful that the government went to such great lengths to track all of the valuable details of each individual's life over time. I am very excited to include that depth of detail for our members at WorldVitalRecords.com," said David Lifferth, President, WorldVitalRecords.com.The World War II database contains the serial number, name, state and county of residence, place of enlistment, date of enlistment, race, grade, Army branch, term of enlistment, longevity, nativity (place of birth), year of birth, civilian occupation, marital status, education, military occupational specialty (1945 and later), height and weight (before 1943), component, and box and reel number of the microfilmed punch cards."The World War II generation brought us out of the Great Depression and established much of the American modern infrastructure we enjoy today. We celebrate their lives with the inclusion of these records," said Yvette Arts, Director, Content Acquisition, WorldVitalRecords.com.At WorldVitalRecords.com, these NARA databases are part of a global search, allowing users to search all of the databases at one time. These records will also be enhanced with geomapping and the Google Book search features.“This new database at WorldVitalRecords.com adds a wealth of material from the rich resources of NARA. With this addition, the records of millions of veterans have been made available to researchers,” said Robert Freeman, Director of the Saints at War Project at Brigham Young University.About WorldVitalRecords.comFinding your ancestors can be overwhelming, and expensive. At WorldVitalRecords.com, they’ve made it easy and affordable for individuals to connect to their families and find answers to their genealogical questions. WorldVitalRecords.com was founded by Paul Allen, who also founded Ancestry.com, one of the leading genealogy companies. WorldVitalRecords.com aims to be a top player in the genealogy industry and will offer users international record databases, references to top genealogical resources, including Everton’s Online Genealogical Helper and Family Group Sheets and Pedigree Files, a blog planet, podcasts, videocasts, Webinars, expert advice, training, and user-generated content###
Michael Hait

Genealogical Resources, UVa Library - 0 views

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    Virginia Genealogy: A Guide to Genealogical Resources at the University of Virginia, compiled by Jean L. Cooper, rev. ed. 2005-2009. E-mail: jlc5f at virginia dot edu
Moultrie Creek

Internet Archive: Genealogy - 2 views

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    "The Archive's ever-expanding collection of genealogy resources includes items from the Allen County Public Library genealogy Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana; Robarts Library at the University of Toronto; the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign Library; and the Boston Public Library. Resources include books on surname origins, vital statistics, parish records, and other historical and biographical documents. "
Price Gen

Price & Associates Genealogists: Busting Through the Genealogical "Wall" - 4 views

When you’re in the business of genealogy, you sometimes have those cases that really try your research skills. That was definitely the case with William Dickins Cockerill. For many years, Wil...

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Ozarks Genealogical Society Library - 0 views

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    The Ozarks Genealogical Society, Inc. (OGS) owns over 8000 books and hundreds of microfilm, microfiche, manuscripts and periodicals. Half of the collection is housed at the OGS library at 534 West Catalpa, Springfield, and the other half is located at the Springfield-Greene County Library Center, 4653 South Campbell, Springfield. The collection emphasizes the southwest area of Missouri and the areas east of Missouri where our ancestors originated. Tennessee, Kentucky, North Carolina and Virginia are strongly emphasized. New England, the Middle Atlantic states and the Midwest are prominent in the collection. Our library books are now included in the online catalog of the Consortium of Ozarks Libraries website. The books housed at the OGS Library are listed under the Ozarks Genealogical Society. The books at the Library Center are listed in the Springfield-Greene County Library collection. Remember to search both listings!
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