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Appointment of senior executives boosts MyHeritage’s US presence, drives growth of historical content and kick-starts preparations for worldwide crowdsourcing project
PROVO, Utah & LONDON & TEL AVIV, Israel – March 30, 2012 – MyHeritage, the most popular family network on the web, announced today the appointment of industry veterans Russ Wilding and Roger Bell to Chief Content Officer and VP Product, respectively. The former…Continue
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Since October is Family History Month, I was already thinking about this subject for a new blog article when a Canadian writer and film producer named Robb Lucy asked that I make a contribution to his new book. Scheduled for publication in the Spring of 2009, it is tentatively titled “Legacies aren’t for dead people – It’s about creating and really enjoying yours… now!”
Robb wanted to get additional perspectives on this specialized form of storytelling from other professional…Continue
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The history of Kentucky from a genealogical point of view starts out as a history of Virginia.
According to Wikipedia:
|1721:||Spotsylvania County, Virginia was formed from Essex, King and Queen, and King William Counties.|
|1734:||Orange County was formed from Spotsylvania County, Virginia.|
|1738:||Augusta County, Virginia was formed from Orange County,…|
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If you’re in the genealogy community, chances are you’ve read, researched or at least heard about the ongoing battle over the Social Security Death Index. Our own Michael Leclerc has written a series of blog posts about the matter, and many of you have asked us as a company where we stand.
Today we’re answering that question by releasing…
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PROVO, Utah & LONDON & TEL AVIV, Israel – March 22, 2012: MyHeritage, the most popular family network on the web, today…
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For those of you that don't know, I live in North central Alabama, a little south of Birmingham. If you to take a map and draw a line from Tuscaloosa to Birmingham, you would have a map of "tornado alley".…
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Chicago, Illinois – March 23, 2012: Professional Genealogist, Jennifer Holik, of Generations publishes six new genealogy textbooks for kids. Parents, teachers, and genealogical societies looking for a how-to genealogy textbook for elementary through high school-aged students need to look no further. In Branching Out, a new series available from Generations, author and professional genealogist Jennifer Holik provides parents…Continue
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Check out the link for my new Genealogy blog on ~ The Genealogy Gap
NO FALL TOUR for 2012. Next trip to Scottish Archives will be May 2013. There are still 2 spots left for May 2012 trip. Book and pay in full by April 3 to receive 5% discount. Come to Scotland. Discover your ancestral heritage. http://www.genealogytoursofscotland.ca
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My gggrandfather Henry Knupp was born in Germany about 1836 and gggrandmother Margeat Shank about 1835. They show up on the United States 1870 census in the state of Ohio as a teamster. I don't know anything else about Knupp or Shank in Germany. Would anyone know how to find any information or know anything about these two families?
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New York Church Records
This week past has brought much discussion on NY state church records.
I have used usgenweb.org and then the county to gather what I could find prior to asking for more help.
More help is found in many places. I do not know if the Way Back Machine will find Barbara's site anymore.
I use Cliff Lamere's site often.Continue