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The following are the most recent genealogy news bites and genealogy and ancestry headlines up to and including August 5, 2014. The National Archives Loan to Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax Last week, the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic in Halifax opened the exhibition “Prize and Prejudice: Nova Scotia’s War of 1812.” […]
A good habit to get into for any genealogy researcher is using images to save transcription time and errors. Transcription takes a lot of time. Rather than wasting the time manually transcribing documents while conducting research, or printing direct from a third party database site, I work with images instead. Once the source is created and […]
In my 12+ years of genealogy experience, I have become very attached to the Google tools, tips and tricks for genealogy research! Once I discovered these tools, I haven’t looked back. I use them frequently in the course of my research. Free Genealogy Search Help This is the one Google search tool I use most […]
Finally, in the newest free update to RootsMagic 6, they have fine tuned the date calculations so it can understand, reformat, convert and sort an entry in the old Quaker date format. If you’ve been reading this blog for any length of time, you’ll have noticed that I’ve had my trials when looking for a […]
Sing For Hope is an example of how using one’s influence to help the community is an admirable and productive effort.
A constantly reoccurring theme I’ve noticed when researching our family’s ancestry is the solid contributions to and support for community. The Quaker settlers are the best example of how a religious culture and community played an extremely important role in the successful relocation and settlement of a recently discovered continent. The guidance provided by the […]