Genealogists

Genealogical societies in Oklahoma and Georgia are asking for support. Family historians and genealogists who need access to records in these states should think about supporting the efforts of genealogists to keep records available. As reported in the MGC Sentinel, “in Oklahoma, a law enacted in 2011 limited access to all vital records to those […]

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If you are hooked on researching your family history and want to consider enhancing your skillset to become a certified genealogist to help others, you could start by looking at The Genealogists Proof Standard. The Proof Standard code t was originally written in 1964 and then updated in 1994 by the Board for Certification of […]

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FamilyTree.org has published a series of articles from several contributors with technical tips for genealogists and family historians. I’ve included 30 to give you an appreciation of what’s included with a link to many more. I have read some, but not all, of the articles and when you delve in you’ll understand—it’s extensive.  It’s a […]

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