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Are free genealogy databases a thing of the past?

Are free genealogy databases a thing of the past?

In almost twenty years of genealogy research, I have found a considerable amount of the sources, data and images on free genealogy databases online. They still exist in large numbers and can be very valuable. The tough part in some cases is finding them, as most sites created by amateur genealogists and website owners are […]

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My ‘must have’ list of top 10 genealogy websites.

My ‘must have’ list of top 10 genealogy websites.

This list of top 10 genealogy websites is a bit different than others because I have evaluated them based on the sheer quantity of data and sources I have found for my own personal research, regardless whether they are paid or free. I will only subscribe to a site if I’m sure it’s worth it as […]

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Transcription: Biography of Joan Antrobus

Transcription: Biography of Joan Antrobus

Following is my transcription of the biography of Joan Antrobus taken from pages 67 to 69 of The Great Migration – Immigrants to New England, 1634-1635, Vol I. Click on the image for a full size view, or to save. JOAN ANTROBUS ORIGIN: St Albans, Hertfordshire MIGRATION: 1635 FIRST RESIDENCE: Unknown ESTATE: On 16 May […]

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Transcription: Jack Johnson biography.

Transcription: Jack Johnson biography.

The following is my transcription of the biography of Jack Johnson, taken as an excerpt from a compilation of numerous biographies in the book “Cabri: Through the Years”, page 619. JACK JOHNSON Jack Johnson, a friend to all, had had a varied life before coming to this part of the country. He had been in […]

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LAC announces acquisition of Emily Carr’s journal.

LAC announces acquisition of Emily Carr’s journal.

Having lived on the west coast of Canada for most of my life, and having visited several British Columbia museums, art galleries, etc. over the years, I can say that one artist’s work was sure to appear or even be featured. Emily Carr is an icon of western Canadian art and is known most for […]

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Transcription: Biography of Susannah Hart Shelby

Transcription: Biography of Susannah Hart Shelby

Biography of Susannah Hart Shelby SHELBY (Susannah Hart) fl. 1779-84 Susannah Hart was the daughter of Captain Nathaniel Hart. and Sarah Simpson Hart of Caswell County, N.C.,who removed to Kentucky in 1779. Captain Hart was a brother of Thomas Hart, whose daughter married Henry Clay, and of David Hart. The three Harts and two others, […]

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Christine Blythe
Empty Nest Genealogy
Chilliwack , British Columbia , V2P 5B9Canada
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