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  • Diana Church

    The Hidden Half of the Family: A Sourcebook for Women's Genealogy: Christina Schaefer; Christina Kassabian Schaefer, Christina Kassabian Schaefer: 9780806315829: Amazon.com: Books

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Hidden Sources: Family History in Unlikely Places

your roots-Genealogy is a very serious hobby for my cousin. Already 5800 people have been found!!!

Cool idea but the timeline is way off, at least for me. Only my parents and my grandparents and I were born in the 1900s...

Check out these New Year's Resolutions for Every Kind of Genealogist #genealogy

Creating Pinterest Boards for Genealogy by Genealogy Girl Talks. Click the pin to learn more!

I love that Paul Milner points out that the image on the cover was flipped--the bride's ring is on the right (wrong) hand and is signing with her left hand

I'm always looking for new ideas to tell our family stories. Also a great way to use all those old globes :)

"Family history" road trip inspiration! Each of us are & have become as a direct result of those who went before. And for their sacrifices, courage, curiosity, hard work & achievements I thank you & hope to continue the foundation for those who come after. - Ellen McCarry Hopps

  • Wyn Will

    Beautiful quote. We should never forget where we come from.

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  • Teresa Jackson

    So Truthworthy!!!!

  • Julie Harper Chlarson

    There is more truth to the phrase that we share blood and bone. We share a spiritual bond as well.

  • Camilla Gibson

    That is so true Julie! We really are spiritually connected to those family members that have gone before and you can feel it. The more I learn about my ancestors the closer I feel to them. Are you into family history?

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The Scottish settlement area in fermanagh is where my grandfather's great grandfather immigrated from