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Carl Cockrill commented on Leslie Allen Guffey's group Williams
"I am searching for my bio father, Allen Williams. The family is located primarily in California,…"
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"The family I am searching for is a more modern search. I am trying to find my biological mother. I…"
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White Family Genealogy

Research your White families, no matter the spelling variant. Post your questions or findings in…See More
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Williams' from North Carolina. Also connected with Warren from same area. Family of Eulice Williams…See More
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Wednesday, October 16th – American Records with Gena Philibert-Ortega



Created by Gena Philibert Ortega Oct 16, 2019 at 7:56am. Last updated by Gena Philibert Ortega Oct 16.



Lou Crow

Started by Wayne L. Brightman in Genealogist Connection on Thursday.

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Periodicals & Journals for the Mayflower Researcher

Genealogical Publications 

Genealogical publications can be extremely helpful in your family history research. Genealogical and historical journals provide us with the latest research on a particular family as well as providing corrections of long-ago errors. Journal articles also teach us proper methodology in compiling a genealogy, documenting our research, and citing our sources.



Posted by Angela Rodesky on November 20, 2019 at 8:00am

Town Histories for Researching Mayflower Descendants

Town and County Histories

Town and county histories often contain a great deal of genealogical data on its pioneers and early residents. As with family genealogies, search an online library catalog or digitized book website to see if a history has been written about the town where your ancestors resided.


As you peruse…


Posted by Angela Rodesky on November 14, 2019 at 9:30am


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