"Looking for my 3G grandfather Michael O'Brien and his wife Julia Coffee's marriage.There is one obscure mention of their son Patrick's birth in Mallow, Cork, Ireland around 1842. Michael & Julia are found in Burlington VT in…"
"Lynnette, I am not a french linguist, but I have been researching my French-Canadian family using the Drouin records and am able to translate most of the records I have encountered. I am very fortunate to also be a member of the Vermont French…"
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Let’s learn what types of reference tools are available to give answers to common and uncommon research questions. Learn how to use library catalogs and Internet sites to find the needed tools. Discuss the evaluation of a reference tool.See More
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GotGenealogy.com is devoted to helping researchers find and document their ancestors by utilizing online resources. Can you do it all online? No, no, a thousand times no. But you can do a whole lot online. We'll show you how.See More
The Southern California Genealogical Society headquarters in Burbank, California, houses a library with over 35,000 books, magazines, maps, CDs, periodicals and family histories. SCGS sponsors the annual Genealogy Jamboree.
This group was created to help you find your ancestor who served in the military. This includes any War, Peace time, & National Guard. There are many records to search for Veterans. We have several here for you. We also have researchers to help you.See More