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I feel like that person barely existed and no one took note of their life and death, although each of us has a story.
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When she joined The Marketplace just over a year ago, Lori Bain brought along not only her skills in metalworking and gemstone craftsmanship, but also a passion for the history and cultural legacy that shaped our nation.
The following was written by Jan Meisels Allen, Chairperson of the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies Public Records Access Monitoring Committee: Several years ago the Oklahoma Legislature enacted legislation that addressed vital records.
A former lighthouse keeper from West Norfolk has been able to trace his family tree back hundreds of years - in fact, all the way to the 1300s.
Independent publishing vet Halvor Moorshead died suddenly March 7 at the age of 71. His Moorshead Magazines outfit published titles including Family Chronicle and History Magazine .
Butler, vice president of the Franklin County Genealogical Society, said she's been tracking down her roots since the 1960s, and doesn't plan to stop anytime soon.
Gene Wray was reluctant to become a Hospice volunteer, even though his wife, Priscilla, has been a Hospice volunteer since 1986.
People who are searching for ancestors involved in American wars can learn more about resources available to them at the Athens-Clarke County Library this weekend.
As I have mentioned before, we always assumed retroviruses like HIV, lentiviruses, are evolutionarily 'young'.
The chief operating officer of the National Archives and Records Association offered a defense Tuesday for his agency's decision to shutter its Anchorage branch, which he said costs more than $500,000 annually to keep open even as it recorded just 535 visits last year.
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The Kentucky long rifle has been an icon for two centuries, thanks in part to the myth and folklore that grew up around the taming of America's early Western frontier.
This months lecture/presentation at Damer House Annex is given by Susan Chadwick, Genealogist, entitled "Discover your roots, an introduction to family history and genealogy" These talks/presentations are proving very popular and anyone with any interest in family history should go along.