Stone Gardens: Funeral Card Friday - Margaret "Gret" Cooke #genealogy #familyhistory
How I Went Completely Paperless in Two Days
Great article about scanning and organizing of all your genealogy documents and photos
Genealogy Quest - Often in genealogy a researcher encounters an archaic medical term used for the cause of death, or perhaps in a journal or family correspondence, this list is intended to aid with interpreting those terms.
10 things I wish I'd known when I started doing genealogy
Genealogy Blog Finder: Search by surname for blogs that mention that name.
An experience unlike any other ~ Discovering historical records up close and personal: http://robinsavingstories.blogspot.com/2014/02/discovering-historical-records-up-close.html #genealogy
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There is a lot of family history information out there. But how do you determine if what you have is correct? How do you prove you are right? Ancestry Anne walks you through the basics. #genealogy
Family History links our families together and when we remember them, we help get a fuller understanding of our history as well. We need to know about them, their lifestyle, who they were, etc., not just adding a name to a tree.
Military Records, Military War Articles & Forces History Data - Forces War Records
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