We’ve turned our webinar sales back on for the July 4th weekend (through 5 July actually). Check out out our offerings page for:

  • over forty presentations
  • reasonably priced
  • focused on content–not on selling you something else
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And all based on Michael’s thirty plus years of genealogy research experience.




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  1. I often start with trees for clues only. I think if your ancestor had several children, each of those children may have had different memories to pass on to their children. You can either validate them or find the clues are errors but at least you have looked. It would also depend on how much information your client has given you. If your client has done the easy searches already there may not be much point.

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