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GenealogyWise - foundations and long-range plans

I hope to see GenealogyWise create a foundation for exponential growth in both quality and quantity. Narratives are more important than raw…

Started by Unknown Ancestor in Genealogist Connection

1 Jul 15, 2009
Reply by Paul Drake

Headed to the 60th Owen Handley reunion in a few weeks...

Would love to go armed with more history. Any Owen Handley's from south Texas?

Started by katy saunders in Genealogist Connection

1 Jul 15, 2009
Reply by katy saunders

McGillin Family

i think the mcgillins came from county of tyrone in ireland.i also think my grandfather was born in philadelphia,pa.(1892) i'm looking for…

Started by george j mcgillin in UK & Ireland Genealogy

0 Jul 15, 2009

John P. Gibson, b. circa 1799 in SC

I am searching for parents' names and names of siblings of John P. Gibson, my gr-gr-gr-grandfather, b. 1799 in SC. He migrated to MS and ma…

Started by Janice Tracy in Genealogist Connection

0 Jul 15, 2009

Garrard Family - GA>AL>MS

I'm searching for parents and siblings of Richard N. Garrard who married Annie Lyles on May 3, 1850 in Hall County, GA. Richard and Annie l…

Started by Janice Tracy in General Genealogy

0 Jul 15, 2009

Apellidos Rey Vargas

Me llama la atencion de donde viene mi apellido Mis ancestros fueron amigos o enemigos de los monarcas imperantes?

Started by humberto rey in Spain Genealogy

0 Jul 15, 2009

Looking for my great uncles

My great uncles sailed from England in the early 1900's and were farmers in Mosby, Montana. Their names were William Steward and George Ste…

Started by Barbara Byrne in Genealogist Connection

0 Jul 15, 2009

The Eye in the Sky - Any Newsworthy Articles Related to Genealogy Have a Home Here!

Ch-ch-ch-check it out! Burr Oak Cemetary Desecrated - Cemetary Closed, Class Action Lawsuit Filed!

Started by Porsha A. Williams in Genealogist Connection

2 Jul 15, 2009
Reply by Dawn Lacoste

New FamilySearch - more accurate links?

Let’s consider the linkage powers of the New FamilySearch (NFS) as it painstakingly nears the final phase of its release. Basically, in a s…

Started by Unknown Ancestor in Genealogy Websites

0 Jul 15, 2009

1870 Brick Wall Page: Records Which Positively Connect Freedmen With Surnames to Former Slaveholders

Some call it the 1870 Brick Wall. Others call it the 1870 Divide. It is one of the most frustrating challenges of African American heritage…

Started by Toni Carrier in African American Genealogy

2 Jul 14, 2009
Reply by Toni Carrier





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