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July 28: General meeting of the Grapevine Historical Society, 7 p.m., Grapevine Public Library, 1201 Municipal Way, "History of the Grapevine Fire Department" by former Fire Chief Bill Powers and current Fire Chief Steve Bass and his successor Chief Darrell Brown.
This course, offered at the Palermo Library, will feature handouts and family forms with instructions and a high degree of hands on experience.
Most of Vladimir Paley's clients want him to dig up their family history with one goal in mind: making a case to obtain foreign citizenship and leave Russia.
Today on behalf of the Magic City Morning Star team I would like to welcome our newest book reviewer, Laure McCourt Lopez.
Kathleen was born on November 28, 1930, on the family farm near Blaisdell, the daughter of Louie and Constance Larson.
Historic Pamlico deed books, dating from the county's inception in 1872 and up to 1970, were endangered from hurricane damage before members of the Pamlico County Friends of the Library and Pamlico County Historical Association stepped up.
This photo is from the Alfreda Mueller Huck Collection at the Victoria Regional History Center.
SALT LAKE CITY I've written many times about "the Big House" in Utah, that genealogy mecca known as the Family History Library.
A census is defined as "an official count or survey of a population, typically recording various details of individuals."
Fort Wayne resident, Karen Morris, writing as Kyra Jacobs, has released her second novel, "Flirting with Fire," a romantic suspense novel set in Fort Wayne, and the second in a multi-book series.
Margery Morrison stands before the Vallejo Naval and Historical Museum's replica of the bow of the USS Saginaw, of which her husband's great grand uncle, William Halford, was coxswain.
From left, Peter and Cleone Blomfield recently travelled to Dublin to donate the 17th-century Worth family Bible to the Edward Worth Library.
Lisa Kudrow recently previewed the new season of TLC's celebrity genealogy documentary series Who Do You Think You Are? for TV Guide.
The following is a roundup of Jewish events taking place on Staten Island. For more information on upcoming Jewish community events, Shabbat services and Torah classes, visit the Council of Jewish Organizations' website at www.cojosi.com .
It is one of the most memorable Anzac photos of World War I, depicting about 700 soldiers of Western Australia's 11 Battalion on the Cheops Pyramid at Giza, in Egypt in January 1915.
Updated: Tue Jul 29, 2014 05:15 pm
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