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Genealogical Abbreviations: As we know, there are many abbreviations that are used widely in genealogical records. Read more about Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 2, # 2
Etiquette for Courthouse Research, by James Pylant: On the subject of courthouse research, genealogist and humorist Laverne Galeener-Moore advises, "One fact you must be prepared t Read more about From Genealogymagazine.com ...
Georgia Land Lotteries: In the early 1800's, Georgia created a unique series of lotteries which would eventually attract a multitude of pioneers from Virginia and the Carolinas. Read more about Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 2, # 1
VA Adds Maps to Online Gravesite Locator: "WASHINGTON – The grave locations of more than three million veterans and dependents buried in national cemeteries can be found more easil Read more about US Department of Veteran Affairs
One Million Historical Names from Canada Go Online: Nova Scotia Releases Early Birth, Marriage, and Death Records (FamilySearch News Release, 27 March 2007): SALT LAKE CIT Read more about Nova Scotia Historical Names
National Archives records can now be accessed at WorldVitalRecords.com. A note on the website states: "These databases, including more t Read more about NARA Records Now Available on WorldVitalRecords
The Huguenots: The French branch of the Reformation has come to be known to us as the Huguenots who were followers of the teachings of the French-born Reformer John Calvin. Read more about Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 1, # 12
Cherokee Nation Votes to Expel Slaves' Descendants: OKLAHOMA CITY —Cherokee Nation members voted Saturday to revoke the tribal citizenship of an estimated 2,800 descendants of the Read more about Cherokee Nation Votes to Expel Slaves' Descendants
Family Roots Radio from http://www.familyrootsradio.com: ProGenealogists, Inc. Read more about Family Roots Radio
The Last Muster: Did you know that many of the men and women of the American Revolution sat for photographs in the mid-nineteenth century? Read more about From Dick Eastman's Newsletter...