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Ancestry.com - Bouton-Boughton family : descendants of John Bouton, a native of France, who embarked from Gravesend, Eng., and landed at Bosto

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The Gravestone GIrls

Art for the Here-Life

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Heraldry - The Basics. Pretty nifty reference when studying this time period.

Heraldry - The Basics by MirusLuna on deviantART

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Spot & Avoid 9 Genealogy Mistakes & Errors. Download the PDF on Slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/genealogybank/spot-avoid-9genealogymistakeserrorsgenealogybank

Spot & Avoid 9 Genealogy Mistakes & Errors

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Excellent site to determine what ancestor's earning/ worth w/be today

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Cemetery Foot Stone?

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State by State index of church records transcribed by volunteers from US GenWeb

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Your ancestors may have lived in several different counties, or even different states, without ever moving.

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Been there

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History for Genealogists: Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand your Ancestors, Judy Jacobson, 2009 (It really helps to understand what was going on during the period of your family tree that you are working on)

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Image of ancestor immigration.

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Library of Congress Newspaper Collection

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Some of the Lewis Chessmen may not have been chessmen at all according to new research. The 12th and 13th century gaming pieces which were discovered in Uig on the Isle of Lewis in 1831 are considered to be Scotland’s most renowned archaeological find. An article in the journal Medieval Archaeology by David Caldwell, Mark Hall and Caroline Wilkinson suggests that many of the 93 ivory pieces may have been used in a game called hnefatafl – an ancient Viking board game that pre-dates…

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The Scottish Tartans Museum: great resource for tartan information, and for kilts and related clothing and accessories.

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The Scottish Tartans Museum: great resource for tartan information, and for kilts and related clothing and accessories.

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Unidentified Photographs | Museum of the Confederacy

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Harrisonburg-Rockingham Historical Society

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from mocavo.com

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Free Genealogy Tools - *free* family history tools that the web has to offer. Search US and international records, at no cost.

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Find a Grave resource

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findagrave.com

A helpful relationship chart

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Ralph C. Lincoln, 11th generation Lincoln, 3rd cousin of Abraham; awesome!

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RootsWeb http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com via @url2pin

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Member

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Dead Fred; Genealogy Photo Archive. Free data base.

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