Genealogists who have some length in their genealogical teeth talk about the importance of knowing the […]
All of have probably forgotten to do this at one time or another–look at the right […]
One clue to learning more about your ancestor is determining why he moved from one point […]
On 7 September 1897, Thomas M. Graves filled out his first circular requesting family information from […]
I use the leafy hints and suggested matches at Ancestry.com for the occasional clue, particularly if […]
Tips and Tricks of Deciphering German Handwriting: A Translator’s Tricks of the Trade for Transcribing German […]
This is from the 1874 St. Louis City Directory. The entry I am curious about is […]
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