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Fall into Family History with VGA’s Virtual Genealogical Conference! History Page, Family History, Special Interest Groups, Best Puns, Research Question, Family Research, Past Presidents, Someone Like Me
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VGA Q & A with Katherine Willson

Have you registered for the Virtual Genealogical Society Conference, or entered my registration give away? Have you joined VGA? If not, this Q & A with genealogist Katherine Willson, one of the VGA co-founders and organizers, will persuade you! Q1: Tell us how VGA was founded? What’s the backstory?A1: When I was the President of…

Fall into Family History with VGA’s Virtual Genealogical Conference! History Page, Family History, Special Interest Groups, Best Puns, Research Question, Family Research, Past Presidents, Someone Like Me
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Fall into Family History with VGA’s Virtual Genealogical Conference!

I love a good pun and I am not ashamed. Especially one involving my favorite season of Fall! This time of year is always a special one for me. The changing leaves, cooler temperatures, family event…

How to Map Your Ancestor’s Neighborhood – – Gail Thomas How to Map Your Ancestor’s Neighborhood – If your family received land from the government in a public-land state, here’s an easy way to find where their land was located and to map the neighborhood.

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Surveying Public Land Let me start first with an overview of Public Land. [ctt template=”8″ link=”wcKCh” via=”yes” ]I’ll show you[...]

One of our expert Genealogists shares genealogy tips on researching your Scottish ancestry and Family History Genealogy Websites, Genealogy Chart, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Forms, Genealogy Humor, Free Ancestry Sites, Family Tree Research, Genealogy Organization
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ScotlandsPeople: Genealogy Research Tips from a Scot | Legacy Tree

One of our expert #Genealogists shares #genealogytips on researching your #Scottish #ancestry and #FamilyHistory

Update: The Man Who Opened Nelson Business College in Memphis - Memphis magazine County Hospital, Makes Me Wonder, Forest Hill, Historian, Family History, Memphis, The Man, Told You So, College
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Update: The Man Who Opened Nelson Business College in Memphis

A fellow historian tracked down what happened to Albert Nelson.

Genea-Musings: Genealogy Explained: "Do Siblings Have the Same DNA?" Graphic Genea-Musings: Genealogy Explained: Do Siblings Have the Same DNA? Genealogy Websites, Genealogy Chart, Ancestry Dna, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Humor, Genealogy Forms, Dna Research, Pseudo Science
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Do Siblings Have the Same DNA? [Visual Guide]

Do Siblings Have the Same DNA? Genetics, Ancestry and Ethnicity Explained

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Life in the Past Lane

Honor the Past + Celebrate the Present + Create a Legacy

Old Southerland Hotel, Warren, Arkansas, early Eureka Springs, Hot Springs, Places In America, Southern Comfort, Natural Wonders, Arkansas, Old Photos, Waterfall, The Past
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Old Bradley County Clerk's Office (Warren, Arkansas)

This building was originally constructed to be the Bradley County clerk's office. It was built in 1890 making it older than the courthouse. It is currently the Bradley County Sheriff's Department and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

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Family History Month 2018 Activities & AncestryDNA Kit Giveaway

October is not only the best month of the year (at least in my opinion), it is even more special because it is Family History Month!

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I love this. To show just how many paths, avenues, alleys, dirt roads, and vans down by the river, you have to travel and it never ends.......

John HOWLAND (c. 1591 – was one of the Pilgrims who traveled on the Mayflower, signed the Mayflower Compact, and helped found Plymouth Colony. John was Alex’s Great Grandfather tw… Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Chart, Family Roots, All Family, Stephen Hopkins, Family Research, My Family History
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Photo of Peter Brown contributed by Shawna Smith

When Peter Brown was born in 1597 in Hawkedon, England, his mother, Joan, was 40. He married Martha Foorde in 1623 in Plymouth, Massachusetts. They had six children during their marriage. He died on October 4, 1633, in Plymouth, Massachusetts, at the age of 36.

Original homes of the Pilgrims in England before coming to America. John Carver was a passenger of the Mayflower in Carver is said to have written the Mayflower Compact, & was its signer as well as governor of the new colony. My ancestors are the Fullers. Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Forms, Genealogy Humor, Genealogy Chart, Family Research, My Family History, Family Roots
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Original homes of Mayflower passengers BREWSTER

Map of the Early European Settlement North Carolina, and surrounding areas of the Southern United States. Genealogy Sites, Genealogy Chart, Genealogy Research, Family Genealogy, Genealogy Humor, Outlander, North Carolina History, South Carolina, Family Research
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DNA Doesn’t Lie: The Denial of the Pepper in Salted Histories

DNA Doesn’t Lie: The Denial of the Pepper in Salted Histories

Please note at the end of this blogpost I included a primer for those people who have DNA cousins of color. This blog is dedicated to all my Euro DNA cousins who have embraced me as a distant cous…

Maps can show more than just roads. Learn about 5 different types of maps that can help you with your genealogy research. Maps can show more than just roads. Learn about 5 different types of maps that can help you with your genealogy research.

5 Types of Maps Every Genealogist Should Know

Maps can show more than just roads. Learn about 5 different types of maps that can help you with your genealogy research.