DNA does not lie. Other records are open to debate. I see postings online where individuals […]
Instead of death certificates, obituaries, links to relatives, and other information in the “memorial” on FindAGrave, […]
We’ve made some headway on the identity of the man with the last name of Sledd […]
The name was Barksdale Sledd. Unique first names are great as they help distinguish the individual […]
The image is of an 1831 tax list for Jackson Township, Coshocton County, Ohio. I’m working […]
There are a variety of things one can search for in newspapers besides the names of […]
This post is a followup post to “A Shared DNA & Thrulines Question” that was posted […]
I use the online trees for the occasional clue when I am stuck as occasionally a […]
FamilySearch recently released “United States, New York Land Records, 1630-1975” on their website. While I appreciate […]
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