These references in the “Suggested Records” for a passenger list for Panagiotis Verikios are confusing and […]
Some names are made for “unexact” searches or the use of wildcards. Trautvetter is one of […]
I’ve been using the database “Germany, Lutheran Baptisms, Marriages, and Burials, 1519-1969,” as published on We’ll have […]
I’ve been reading “guides” has to their search settings. And I’m a little bit confused. From the discussion […]
A recently released database,”North America, Family Histories, 1500-2000,” appears to contain digital images of most Daughters […]
According to a search of the 1850 census on, there were 1123 natives of California living […]
The “view record” page for Harm Fecht on indicates that he is the only individual living in […] recently announced the “Illinois, Marriage Index, 1860-1920” on their website (it’s probably been there for […]
I realize that OCR searches are problematic, but this seems a little bit more problematic than […]
A little humor in this post. Just when I think I’ve seen about every oddball transcription […]
[reposted from 10 July 2012 with updated links and a few additional comments in brackets] […]
There is not really a fix, but rather a workaround on the search irregularity that was […]
The 1925 Iowa State Census contains the names of parents for every person enumerated. It is […]
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