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Basic Timelines

Building a Basic Timeline More often than not, you will want to create a basic timeline for your problem ancestor. Start with information about all of the events in their life, including their birth and death dates, any marriages, birth and death of any children, the death of a spouse, and death of parents. You might also want to incorporate relevant information about the locations you are working with, for example, boundary changes.…See More
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Your Summer Surprise!!

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Jul 10
James Joseph White commented on Angela Rodesky's blog post 2019 Ontario Genealogical Society Annual Conference
"I search the Seibert's from London, Ontario.  Seibert's and Christ's are related back to Ransel Germany. I also search the Sullivan's (Timothy and Margaret) of the Toronto area 1870's who immigrated to South Bend, IN,…"
Jul 8
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Recording Your Information

Recording your informationThe Pedigree Chart (or Ancestral Chart) will record your direct line ancestors’ information. In other words, you will record the dates and locations of births, marriages, deaths and burials from one father and mother to the next father and mother. While the potential is there for an endless number of ancestors, most of us in the beginning only have knowledge of two or three generations.…See More
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Southern California Genealogical Society - Jamboree 2019

The Southern California Genealogical Society – Jamboree 2019, “50th Birthday Bash”, will be taking place May 30th - June 2nd and we here at The National Institute for Genealogical Studies are excited. Why are we excited? Because we will be attending! We enjoy meeting with our current students, those who have graduated, and new students. No matter where you are at in your…See More
May 29
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CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATES!!!The National Institute for Genealogical Studies invites you to come celebrate with us, with our students, our graduates and our instructors. Anyone can attend. Graduates: invite your family – everyone is welcome! Join us for our 2019 graduation ceremony on Friday the 21st of June as we honor GRADUATES of the National Institute for Genealogical…See More
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Alberta Genealogical Society Conference - "Images Through Time"

The Alberta Genealogical Society Conference, “Images Through Time”, will be taking place April 26th – 28th and we here at The National Institute for Genealogical Studies are excited. Why are we excited? Because we will be attending! …See More
Apr 27

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Elfrank, Elfrink, Clinton, Bishop, Rhea, Estes, Langston, Rodesky
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United States

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Your Ancestor's Locations

Your Ancestor’s Locations 

It is extremely important to learn about the location(s) our ancestors lived. We need to be aware of when certain jurisdictions were formed, what records were kept and when, which jurisdictions were responsible for keeping specific records, and what records are currently accessible.

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Posted on September 19, 2019 at 9:00am

How do I get a Certificate in Genealogical Studies?

So you want a Certificate in Genealogical Studies

Upon successful completion of  40 courses in your Certificate Program and achieving a minimum grade of D, you will receive a Certificate in Genealogical Studies. …


Posted on September 18, 2019 at 9:00pm

Associations and Occupations

By Shannon Bennett, Student

Do you ever read something and feel your head getting full? That feeling of “oh no, this is a lot of stuff, how am I ever going to remember it all?” Well, that’s the feeling I have right now after finishing the next section of the English: Occupation-Professions and Trades course.…


Posted on September 17, 2019 at 9:30am

Why did you Trace Your Ancestors?

Why would you want to trace your ancestors?

Well, there are a number of good reasons, but let’s face it, most people trace their ancestors for curiosity’s sake. Others trace their ancestors because they want to know about their different ethnic backgrounds. Others want to trace their roots simply for an increased understanding of just who they are and where they came from. Someone else may need proof of their heritage to gain special benefits from…


Posted on September 16, 2019 at 10:00am

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