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My favorite and most used US genealogy research links.

  The following is my extensive list of my favorite and most used US genealogy research links. Although the vast majority of these are free, there are a few paid sites included that I do subscribe to – simply because I find them invaluable.   Acadian Marriages to Amerindians Access Genealogy American Antiquarian Society American – Canadian Genealogical Society American read on…

Free genealogy databases and websites.
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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.   You might ask, “Are free genealogy databases a thing of the past?”   You might think so, but if you learn how to read on…

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ProQuest offers access to the Fold3 Library Edition

Vast collection of U.S. military records creates valuable research resource for historians and genealogists. ANN ARBOR, Mich., May 27, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — ProQuest continues to enhance its genealogical offerings by adding to its impressive line of family history products. Exclusively available from ProQuest, Fold3 Library Edition by Ancestry, is a premier collection of historical U.S. military records and unique military read on…

Free access to Fold3 WWII records.
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Fold 3 offers free access to WWII records between May 8 – 15, 2015.

Now’s your chance to check out Fold3.com and find those elusive WWII records for your relatives who were involved in WWII.   Between May 8 and May 15, 2015, the WWII records are available for free access by anyone.   Some of the records available are the holocaust collection, missing Air Crew reports, US Air Force photos, “Old Man’s Draft” Registration read on…

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Genealogy news bites to August 5, 2014.

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.”   It is a companion to read on…

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Genealogy news bites to July 26, 2014.

Following are the most recent ancestry and genealogy news bites up to and including July 26, 2014. Vallejo Times-Herald Local News Genealogy quest leads Australian woman to Vallejo Genealogy work often requires much deep and time-consuming sleuthing, but often pays satisfying dividends for those interested in their family history and connections. Such was the case with Margery Morrison of Australia, read on…

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Genealogy News Bites to July 19, 2014.

Following are the most recent genealogy news bites and headlines up to July 19, 2014. National Archives CSV validator – a new digital preservation tool Today marks the official release of a new digital preservation tool developed by The National Archives, CSV Validator version 1.0. This follows on from well known tools such as DROID… Olive Tree Genealogy Who Do read on…