It’s a rush to judgement to say that “old genealogies are worthless.” When analyzing information from […]
Do you use your “real” name? Or do you use a diminutive based upon your first […]
Registration is ending on 10 September for our upcoming AncestryDNA class. Details are on our announcement […]
I’m working on the parents of a Joseph Daby of Stow, Massachusetts, who died by 15 […]
Here are few of my female ancestors for whom I was able to locate a great […]
How one gets listed in a record is an important part of the analysis process. It […]
I was reviewing some letters from an insanity file from the early 20th century. I had […]
I maintain the following genealogy blogs:—Michael’s thoughts, research problems, suggestions, and whatever else crosses his […]
The 1915 Descendants of George Puffer of Braintree, Massachusetts, 1639-1915, contains a wealth of genealogical information. But like […]
Sound genealogical research requires an “exhaustive search” of the records available on the ancestor or family […]
New subscribers to Casefile Clues will have their subscriptions start with issue 16 and get issues 4-1 […]
I hate it when something appears out of nowhere when I’m working on something totally unrelated. […] recently released an update to their “U.S., School Yearbooks, 1900-1990” database. There are popular students […]
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