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what to do if you have no pictures of an ancestor

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I have just returned from a research trip to Alsace Lorraine, France to see if I could break a brick wall. The lead up to and actual experience contains several teachable components which I will attempt to share. First, some personal background. My grandmother was born in Weitbruch, France near Strasbourg in 1882. She was […]

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How to create a family history book

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Where and how to handle “facts” in genealogy software

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My genealogy software has a Match and Merge function, as do some competitive  programs. This function performs nunerous processes, but normally permits one to take a GEDCOM from another researcher and merge that data into your own, at the same time identifying possible matches so that duplicates are not created. The following comments do not […]

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The following article is from Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter and is copyright by Richard W. Eastman. It is re-published here with the permission of the author. Information about the newsletter is available at http://www.eogn.com. Today I read an online message from a reader of this newsletter in which she bemoaned the quality of genealogy information […]

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I have written before about the value of adding pertinent history surrounding or on the date of particular events in the lives of our ancestors. I believe it makes reading our family histories more interesting and sometimes helps to explain their reactions or actions to those events. Earlier in December 2009 I copied from my […]

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