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According to newspaper accounts, Rufus D. Stephens was a murdering bigamist in Herkimer County, New York. […]
It’s easy to make digital images or paper copies and not keep track of important details. […]
28 June–speaking at the monthly meeting of the Bureau County, Illinois, Genealogical Society in Princeton, Illinois. […]
The 1836 property tax list for Jackson Township in Coshocton County, Ohio, contains an entry for […]
In “Can You Read that Last Name?” we asked what the last name was in this […]
Genealogy “how-to” books discuss citation of sources and how to analyze information that has been located […]
When determining a way to solve your genealogical problem, ask yourself when that problem-solving process might […]
Conrad Haase stated in October of 1884 in open court that he had lived in Hancock […]
A few quick thoughts on searching for names in online databases. Last names Keep a list […]
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