Sandy on April 12th, 2012

FamilySearch.org volunteers have been hard at work indexing the 1940 census. A lot of people are asking questions about the progress of the effort and when and in what order the states will be posted on FamilySearch and on the FamilySearch Indexing site. Every day more states are posted and the team is planning to […]

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Today The National Museum of American History has opened and exhibit with iconic objects from pop culture and items dating back to the arrival of the Pilgrim’s arrival in Plymouth, Massachusets in 1620. The exhibit titled “American Stories” is a chronology of U.S. history, including early European encounters with Native Americans to a Barack Obama […]

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Grow Your Own Family Tree has published an interesting article that I’ve published in it’s entirety. In doing so I’d like to give a heads-up to Alan Stewart’s factual website: “The Irish Family History Foundation (IFHF) has introduced a charge for viewing search results as well as details of records. Up to now, searching databases and […]

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