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You could possibly hold the missing links to the family history of an African American researcher.
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Patricia 'Oma' Joan Boll, 80, passed away Thursday, Nov. 5 at the Luther Home in Marinette with her daughter and granddaughter at her side.
FamilySearch has added more than 1.2 million indexed records and images to collections from BillionGraves, Bolivia, Germany, and the United States.
Public television and the national geographic channel have always created television shows dealing with the subject of Genealogy for some time now.
The Knox County Genealogy Society, forced to move out of its office in the County Service Center this summer to make way for the new 911 call center, finally has a new home.
The building is in the large imposing wooded hill which overlooks Torre railway station.
Family Tree DNA is releasing some significant updates to the company's web site that were requested during the recent 9th International Conference on Genetic Genealogy.
FORMER ST Cyres pupil Tanni Grey-Thompson was brought to tears after researching into her family tree as part of a BBC documentary.
A: What is this town's motto? Once planted, you stay? People are more mobile than they were.
Join Franklin, a professional genealogist and an exhibit researcher for the Museum of Jewish Heritage in NYC, for a captivating event that will teach you how to find out more about your ancestors.
In Uncovering records that link the slaveholder and enslaved , it was proven through the wills of Pettus Wales Chick that some tie or link existed between Pettus, Eliza Eigner, and Eliza's two eldest children, Anderson and Pettus.
James Sprunt Community College is one of the 58 community colleges in North Carolina, a system that is celebrating it's 50th anniversary this year.
The Scranton Public Library and Marywood University Library each received one of 19 grants awarded in Pennsylvania by the National Endowment for the Humanities.
There wasn't much left of the person in grave No. 10 - leg bones as fragile as ash, a well-worn tooth, a few milk-glass buttons from the burial clothing.
Horst Blaich of Bayswater, Victoria, Australia, has written five books on the Templer Society, a Christian community founded in Germany in 1861.