You're a Descendant from the most Amazing people in the World......your Ancestors! Thier lives shaped and influenced yours. It's easy to understand why people strive to learn more about thier heritage. It's in your DNA!(sm)
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"Using a research log is definitely something I must train myself to do! I know without a doubt that I've done duplicate (or probably triplicate or more!) work more times than I'd like to admit.
Another tip is to file documentation…"
"With a strong German background for both my husband and myself, I have quite a list of German surnames I'm following/looking into. Germanic surnames I’m researching are as follows:
HANDICK – Henry Wilhelm HANDICK born 20 Mar 1841…"
"I have Cottrell's in my husband's family.
Thomas born 1737 in Virginia, died 1828 (assuming Virginia)
John born 1769 in Virginia, died 1828 in North Carolina
James born 1818 in Tennessee, date & place of death unknown, but he married…"
Everyone would love to find old letters, a diary or journal from a distant relative. Some have been so fortunate. Have you written yours for your descendants? Post your memories; share your slice of life. It helps everyone recall their stories.See More
For those researching the Cottrell Surname and variations including Cotterell, Coterel, Coterell, Cattrell, Catrell, Cattrel, Catrel, Cotrell, Cotrel, Cottrel, Cottrill, Kittrell, Coterel, Coteral, Cotteral, Cotterall, Coterall, Cotteril and others.
This group was created for anyone who would like to add a link , or a tip for anything to do with genealogy. I really would like to get as many free tips , or sites as we could. However, I know there are some great pay sites out there for research.