Susi Pentico, CVGS Educational Chairperson,SDGS member, CGSSD member and Virginia Taylor, CVGS President,
CGSSD and SDGS Member, J Paul Hawthorne, CGSSD President, SDGS member also, Ken Robison, SDGS, CGSSD and CVGS member, Sharon Robison, SDGS, CGSSD and CVGS member, Diane Lott, SDGS President, Curry ? SDGS, Sue ? SDJGS, Jean Moss, President of San Diego Jewish Genealogy Society, CVGS and CGSSD member. Ken holds an position at SDGS also. A great Italian meal and terrific…Continue
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Wednesday Evening at 6 pm at the new Library in Lemon Grove I will be presenting the above topic.
What to do First When Planning a Trip.
Looking forward to seeing everyone again since my return home. A new Library and a new place to meet, so looking forward to all this.
Hoping by getting certain steps down, prior to leaving for a research trip, there is a greater success in the end.
Do you know what those Basic Steps are?
19 June we will…Continue
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Workshop Bonita Sunnyside Library. 1 June 2013
Schedule of Events
Tables set up for group assistance
Mary Patterson, Virginia Taylor, Beginners' Assistance
10:15 to 11:30
John Finch, Military Assistance
10:15 to 11: 30
Susi Pentico, General Assistance
10:15 to 11:30…Continue
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La Quinta Inn at 150 Bonita Rd., off 805 S to the right, next to Denny's Rest.
$80 a night, mention CVGS, t 619 691 1211 f 619 427 0135
If wanting to stay a couple more days let the manager know. MUST BE BOOKED BY 4 MARCH to get this price.…
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I am posting here some of the Urls shared during my hour + talk at the Lemon Grove Library to assist researchers.
urls shared:#1 usgenweb.org, state, county, town, court records, and cemeteries etc;
#2 worldgenweb.org covers Europe and Asia and the link for Mexico was not working last night;
#3 familysearch.org which has improved their sources tremendously in the last four years
;#4 www.cyndislist.com/, great…Continue
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Irish Research Help, I have found and she has given permission to share this knowledge here.
This is a really helpful site for Irish researchers. It is the first of it's kind that I have found not saying there are not
others out there. Two main goals, I like them both.
1. It is a free digital Genealogical Community. It publishes a digital magazine to share. It is 70 pages free of charge.
2. The monthly contributors are a mix of professional…Continue
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Chula Vista Genealogical Society is Presenting BUTCH HIBBEN
Wednesday, Jan 30 at 12 noon
Chula Vista Civic Center Library 365 F St., Chula Vista, CA
CREATING YOUR LIFE'S STORY
Presented By: Butch Hibben
L. A. (Butch) Hibben, Certified Legacy Advisor, has been involved in the field of family…Continue
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CVGS Spring Seminar:
"Do Your Genes Fit? Discover Your DNA"
Saturday, March 30, 2013 - 9am to 3pm
Do you want to know all about DNA genetic testing and how it can help you learn about your…
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CASPER ie KASPER, From Rottweil on the Necktar region of Germanic region.
Antonio Casper came to Ohio, and married a lady and had three boys, but he did this without release from wife and family in region listed above.
Boys, William and John, and baby brother Samuel, lived with Mother at time of divorce in Cinncinati, OH 1852.
Daughter from above region wrote and told him not to come home due to his new arrangement, that his wife worked hard…Continue
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May your day have been joyous and fulfilling. May your new year be even better.
Remember your fellow man and we are all to treat each other as belonging to us.
We need to remember the Reason for the SEASON, not just the day, or the week or the month.
May our next year be genealogical fulfilling and family improving.
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Franklin was born 26 June 1860 Greene Co. PA and died June 1940 in Wheatland , Wyoming was carried back by train to Iowa for burial next to his wife. Mom was expecting me and she could not go. It broke her heart.
Franklin Cornelius Hoffman, son of Sanford and Rachel Plants Hoffman raised three children:
Robert, Grace and Cecil Leroy. Their mother was Samantha Abigail DuVall, also born in PA near Franklin.
Mom always called him Grandpa Frank. The man…Continue
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Sanford HOFFMAN and Thomas H Neal (Phebe's husband)
U.S. Adjutant General Military Records, 1631-1976 Biographical and Genealogical History of Appanoose and Monroe
Counties , Ia.
Pg 682 Ex-Soldiers Sailors and Marines
West Virginia Continued
Name Rank Co. Present Post Office Address
Sanford Hoffman Private …Continue
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Richard Higgins b England 1600
d 21 June 1675 Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey Colony m Lydia Chandler 1634 Mass
m Mary Snow Yates(w) Oct 1651 Mass b 1603 Mass
Jediah Higgins b 5 March 1655/6 Eastham, Mass
d 1715 , New Jersey
m Mary Newbold b 23 May 1661 York England m 12 May 1684
d 1715 New Jersey
Jediah Higgins b 11 April 1691
d 19 Jan 1772 New Jersey
m Hannah Stout b 29 Mar…Continue
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She passes 4 May 1887, Marion, Henry, IA,…Continue
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VIRGINIA TIMELINE - Key dates to recall
Choose key years, or use the link above to access all dates.
Map of 1617 of Virginia--- ten years after the first permanent settlement at Jamestowne
They had been in and out of area for almost 50 years already.
Augusta and Frederick Counties formed, what will become West Virginia…Continue