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Genealogy involves s - 12 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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His Parents - Price & Associates Genealogists3 - 2 views

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    Professional Genealogy Blog: LIFE WITH HERMAN - His Parents Herman was born 17 June 1906 in Christopher, Franklin County, Illinois to Joseph Steinbuchel (Steinbeigle) and Elizabeth Ann Wallwork. Both parents were immigrants with Joseph arriving from Germany around 1883 as a young boy of about five, and Elizabeth "Lizzie" arriving 6 June 1887, about 9 years old, on the ship Alaska. Elizabeth came with her mother, Jane, brothers Joseph and George and sister, Victoria. Their father, Joseph Wallwork, came a month later in July. - Continue Reading Here: http://www.pricegen.com/life-with-herman-his-parents/
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His Parents - Price & Associates Genealogists - 1 views

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    Professional Genealogy Blog: LIFE WITH HERMAN - His Parents Herman was born 17 June 1906 in Christopher, Franklin County, Illinois to Joseph Steinbuchel (Steinbeigle) and Elizabeth Ann Wallwork. Both parents were immigrants with Joseph arriving from Germany around 1883 as a young boy of about five, and Elizabeth "Lizzie" arriving 6 June 1887, about 9 years old, on the ship Alaska. Elizabeth came with her mother, Jane, brothers Joseph and George and sister, Victoria. Their father, Joseph Wallwork, came a month later in July. - Continue Reading Here: http://www.pricegen.com/life-with-herman-his-parents/
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Life With Herman - Professional Genealogy Researchers | Price & Associates Genealogists - 3 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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Price & Associates Genealogists: Bastardy or Illegitimacy in England - 8 views

(From Ancestral Trails, original edition and Tate’s The Parish Chest) Compiled Nov 2004 by Richard W. Price Bastard is properly the base child of a father of gentle or noble birth, but more g...

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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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Price & Associates Genealogists: Wills And Probate Records - 0 views

As a genealogist, there are few public records that are more exciting than a will. Only a small percentage of the population left wills prior to the 20th century, although some sources speculate th...

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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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LAWSON (LAW SOME of the time) FRANKLIN EARLES PART 1 - FUN WITH COURT RECORDS - 1 views

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    During the Civil War, 25 Nov 1862, Lawson Franklin Earles was born to Caroline Earles in White County, Tennessee with father unknown. The first colorful part of Lawson's life is recorded in the court records of White County, Tennessee. In the 1876 October term, when Lawson is just about fourteen years old, he is accused of the malicious stabbing of John Whitenburg.
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LAWSON (LAW SOME of the time) FRANKLIN EARLES PART 2 - 0 views

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    FUN WITH FEDERAL COURT RECORDS The following record was found in the Ft. Smith Criminal Case Files held at the National Archives, Southwest Region in Fort Worth, Texas. (spelling is preserved as written) Ardmore Mch 10, 1889 Col. Jno. Carroll Dear Sir, Please send writs for the following parties committed Mch 8, 1889 L.F. Earles charge assault with intent to kill and larceny of one hog valued at $20.00 twenty dollars Witnesses William Lesslie and Wilson Parker
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Online Family History Industry Trends Infographics! - 4 views

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    Infographics has been trending these days and I'm currently very in to it, so here's something about family genealogy I would like to share from Archives.com. I hope you like it!
Cecile

FreeBMD Home Page - 2 views

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      When researching at FreeBMD, try this..... 1) Leave the surname field blank. 2) Enter into the first name field your surname of interest with either a plus sign or an asterisk in front of it - this is vital and either the plus symbol or an asterisk both work. 3) Select All Types and press the Search button. What you will get is a list of events (births, marriages and deaths) in which your surname of interest appears as either a forename or a middle name.
Michael Servetus Research

Michael Servetus Research - 0 views

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    Hello, after 18 years of research on Michael Servetus ( genius from Renaissance, first European that described the pulmonary circulation, theologian and defender of Tolerance)we developed this website. http://www.michaelservetusresearch.com . We tried it would be educative, academic, and also scholarly in some areas. We present a Genealogical study of his Jewish Converso heritage, chronology, study on the 10 new works & primary sources from documents we found. Also many links and resources that I will share here as soon as they are in English. Thanks for checking.
Julie Cahill Tarr

Historical County Boundary Maps - 7 views

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    very cool!
TK Sand

Family Names/Surnames/Last Names Popularity Reference. Compare reviews & ratings. - 5 views

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    "Compare Family Names/Surnames/Last Names Popularity"
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