"Also, another useful resource for me has been http://www.findagrave.com - of course not nearly everyone is listed but I found out a lot of info about my birth dad's side of the family thanks to the site."
"For those that are iffy on ancestry - you could always do the 14 day free trial and then just do as much research as you can (tip though - save the records in jpg format to your computer because once the trial is over, you won't be able to…"
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"The Hacketts are my adoptive family, though I have done some work on tracing them for my relatives who are Hacketts by blood.
The farthest back I can go with that is to William Hackett Birth abt 1821 in Rutlandshire County, England Death August 9,…"
"My grandfather, Eligio "Luigi" Sangoi was born in Gemona del Friuli in Sept 1925.
Apparently there are a lot of Sangois from there.
Pietro Sangoi married Elizabetta Colavizza around 1846.
They were the parents…"
"I just joined this site today and most of my ancestors came over from Alsace and settled in New Germany (now Maryhill), Ontario.
I'm on ancestry.ca & findagrave.com but I thought it was worthwhile to check out other sites as well.