"To Daphne Goodman, Yes I can convert the file into Tiff. I have never done it before so it makes for an excellent idea to try along with the pixel size increase.
I truly appreciate your help. I'll contact you if it doesn't work…"
"I want to thank you guys so much for all your help. Sarah, you were totally right on what I want to do. I'm sorry I was confusing with my question.
James, thanks for your suggestion. I can't wait to try it.
"Hello Everyone, I'm a member of Ancestry and have been one for about 2 years. As I have become more comfortable with my genealogy I have noticed that people add images on profiles along with their research data. I would love to add…"
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"I've just started on my Quaker reearch. It is such a pleasant surprise to find so many ancestors. My Quaker families are Bales/Beals/Beales, Chandler, Garrett and Jessup. They came from Virginia, to North Carolinia to Indiana…"
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What countries and other locations are you interested in researching?
Germany, Netherlands, England
What is your level of genealogy knowledge?
Beginning Family History Researcher
For what reason did you start genealogy research?
Because my brother passed away and he was one of two to end our line of Wimpsett's. He always knew the answers to my family questions. When I started I had to find them on my own. I dedicate my tree to him. I wish he were here.
I might be able to help you find a record. Go to www.EveNDon.net. They have the record books there of all Rev War Soldiers and Sailors not just the pensioners or bounty land awards. It will take time going page by page. Also I know the genealogy library in Little Rock has a set of books with all names in them. You might ask for a interlibrary coy of what you need. There website is www.butlercenter.org/ but they charge that way I believe $10.00 last time I looked. Hope this will help you in your search
another tip is when you are in :
http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com/th/index/(type in here the surname you are searching and bingo a heap of poste will appear)
hey saves looking just a little thing I have learnt over time , and and when you are in some of those sites there is sometimes a site so I highlight it copy n past into a new tab if it is of help I bookmark it and you never loose it yeh!
I found an Angie in 1870, but I can't tell what the relationship is, as they don't list relationships until 1880:
1870 United States Federal Census 1870 United States Federal Census
Name: Angie Heeren
Estimated Birth Year: abt 1852
Age in 1870: 18
Birthplace: Hannover / Hanover
Home in 1870: Coe, Rock Island, Illinois
Value of real estate: View image
Post Office: Port Byron
Renz Heeren 31
Angie Heeren 18
Albert Heeren 2
John Heeren 1
Source Citation: Year: 1870; Census Place: Coe, Rock Island, Illinois; Roll M593_273; Page: 117; Image: 236.