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  1. Librarian named first county genealogistRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | Daily Reporter

    Humbles, a regular at Hancock County Public Library genealogy meetings, has been tracing two branches of his family tree for the past decade. And whenever the Spiceland resident needed help plugging the right information into ancestry.com, or finagling the new microfiche machine in the local history room, Paul McNeil was there.

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  2. Not forgottenRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 20 | American Legion Magazine

    ... another early box to John Richeson, who served throughout the Pacific theater. Bob set up a post for him on Ancestry.com, and got a hint that that name was connected to another family there, possibly set up by Richeson's daughter. He contacted her, ...

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  3. Between the Stacks: New Yeara s ResolutionsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jan 20 | The Moultrie News

    ... to find your ancestors and start a family tree? You can get started at the library by using the library edition of Ancestry.com. Coin collecting and stamp collecting are two hobbies that people find very interesting. Do you have a drawer full of old ...

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  4. Ancestry.Com LLC (ACOM) Bond Prices Rise 0.3%Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 19 | AmericanBankingNews.com

    An issue of Ancestry.Com LLC debt rose 0.3% as a percentage of its face value during trading on Monday, Analyst Ratings.Net reports. The debt issue has a 11% coupon and is set to mature on December 15, 2020.

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  5. Ancestry.com co-founder sentenced for sex abuse of teensRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | KIDK CBS 3

    The Daily Herald of Provo reports that 51-year-old Daniel Taggart was sentenced Friday to four consecutive terms of zero to five years for three counts of attempted forcible sex abuse and one for attempted sex abuse of a child. Authorities say Taggart gave his daughter's teenage friend alcohol and sex toys before sexually abusing her twice in summer 2014.

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  6. Community News & Events for Jan. 19Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | Northern Virginia Daily

    ... and software. Door prizes will include a one-year genealogical computer family subscription from either Fold3, Ancestry Academy, Ancestry.com World Explorer or Newspapers.com. There will also be a drawing for Family TreeMaker software. Auditions The ...

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  7. Big Data - It's All About Finding the Right Little Data By @EFeatherston | @BigDataExpo #BigDataRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | Sys-Con Media

    ... terms became technology buzzwords. There are tools and products today to help; who hasn't seen the commercials for ancestry.com? However, even with technology, there are still challenges. These challenges are not unique to genealogy, and make a good ...

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  8. Carbon Hill genealogist traces family trees' rootsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jan 17 | Daily Mountain Eagle

    ... renaissance of late, due partly to the availability of family records on the Internet. TV commercials for the site Ancestry.com, for instance, show idealized versions of users finding relatives' names online; one ad shows a relative's name and dates ...

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  9. Ex-Ancestry.com founder sentenced to prison in teen sex caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | KSL-TV

    A founder of the popular Ancestry.com genealogy website has been sentenced to prison for sexually abusing of a 15-year-old girl during a sleepover. Daniel Taggart, 51, of Highland, was sentenced Friday to four consecutive terms of zero to five years in prison, deputy Utah County attorney Ryan McBride confirmed.

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  10. Ancestry.com co-founder sentenced to prison in child sex-abuse caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 15 | Salt Lake Tribune

    A co-founder of the genealogy company Ancestry.com was sentenced Friday to prison for up to 20 years for sexual abuse involving a 15-year-old girl. Daniel D. Taggart, 51, of Highland, pleaded guilty in October to four counts of attempted forcible sexual abuse in Provo's 4th District Court On Friday, Judge Claudia Laycock ordered the four zero-to-five-year prison terms to run consecutively, which is the maximum punishment she could impose.

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  11. Elle Fanning wears a tracksuit as she shops at a diamond and engagement ring storeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Daily Mail

    ... Dakota have royal blood, and are even distant cousins of the Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton. Researchers at Ancestry.com, discovered that the siblings may share blood with British royalty after combing over seven centuries of family trees. The ...

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  12. Genealogy-The Search ContinuesRead the original story

    Nov 6, 2015 | City of Temple

    ... family tree! Delve further into the past with more advanced methods and resources, while easily navigating through Ancestry.com. Explore the endless possibilities of researching your past in this interactive, informative class. An established ...

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  13. Two women abandoned by parents reunited as sisters 50 years laterRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 13 | KRMG-AM Tulsa

    ... wrapped in two blankets. ABC News reported the sisters discovered each other after they each researched their own ancestry. Kellner took a DNA test and Makram signed up for Ancestry.com. "In the past year, I have not only connected with (Janssen), ...

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  14. See all of our free e-booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jan 12 | Family Tree Magazine

    Surnames are the skeleton key of the genealogy world. Enter them into a search field on Google, Ancestry.com, FamilySearch.org or any number of family research sites, and they can unlock discoveries from birth records to gravestones, census records to naturalization papers.

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  15. People - Publishers LunchRead the original story

    Monday Jan 11 | Publishers Marketplace

    ... this new role." Eric Shoup has joined Scribd as chief operating officer. Previously he was chief product officer at Ancestry.com. Shoup said in the announcement: "I am thrilled to be joining Scribd as COO. I believe Scribd has the right ingredients ...

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  16. General updatesRead the original story

    Saturday Jan 9 | Lorem Ipsum

    ... the family tree in my head, which led me to buy an application called Family Tree Maker, which led me to try out ancestry.com, which has led to hours of addictive poking through old records to try to figure out who all these folks were. I'm pretty ...

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  17. Ancestry: Waiting for the resultsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jan 9 | Middlesboro Daily News

    ... or a few nuts are sure to fall out. My brother and I had the bright idea this Christmas of having a DNA kit from Ancestry.com run on our parents. He paid for one, and I the other. Our mother's sample has to be redone due to some technical ...

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  18. So That Was WeirdRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 8 | Talking Points Memo

    ... simple, scrollable list. More Info Back in September 2013 we got an email from a TPM Reader with a subscription to Ancestry.com who'd decided to poke around to see about Ted Cruz. TPM Reader JR had come up with a 1974 voter list that appeared to ...

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  19. Jeb Bush Suddenly Wants to Introduce You to His FamilyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 8 | TIME.com

    ... anniversary, which was Wednesday. The next morning, he said mother Barbara Bush was his favorite Bush. Don't expect Ancestry.com charts at his events any time soon, but also don't watch for Bush to dodge the genetic and political family tree very ...

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  20. Frederick Curtiss: Finding a life in photographs, in MorristownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 7 | Morristown Green

    ... Record when he died. I turned to the genealogy databases the History Center makes available: The library edition of Ancestry.com; History Quest; FamilySearch; records from the New Jersey State Archives; city directories; and other online tools the ...

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