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Added by Barbara Jean May on October 1, 2022 at 8:36am — No Comments
Hello Everyone! We will be showcasing genealogy serendipity stories (or spooky genealogy stories!) in a special Halloween episode of Heritage Hunters! If you would like to be on the show to share your story, please schedule some time on our calendar at: https://calendly.com/heritage-hunters/ - we would love to hear from you!…Continue
Added by Barbara Jean May on September 13, 2022 at 8:54am — No Comments
There's a new episode of Heritage Hunters! John Matheus joins us to tell about his connection to many prominent Americans...and the hunt for a special desk!
Added by Barbara Jean May on September 1, 2022 at 7:14am — No Comments
I'm taking the writing course in September, and one of the first things we're asked to do is talk about our writing experience. That reminded me about this story from 17 Oct 1992 that I wrote for the Prince Albert Daily Herald. It was three weeks into my first job after graduating from journalism school. Apparently, I hadn't yet learned the difference between "that" and "which." Oh, and I took the photo, too. …Continue
Added by Drew von Hasselbach on August 10, 2022 at 7:30pm — No Comments
Join us as we review the first episode of Season 12 of (U.S.) Who Do You Think You Are – Billy Porter. Billy works with Nicka Sewell-Smith, Dr. Christopher Bonner, and Dr. Lauranett Lee to uncover his family history. We give our reaction and commentary about the episode. Don’t forget to give this a “like” and subscribe to our channel!
Added by Barbara Jean May on August 7, 2022 at 6:58pm — No Comments
Added by Barbara Jean May on August 1, 2022 at 6:30am — No Comments
Are you conducting a #OnePlaceStudy? Showcase your study on #HeritageHunters! Schedule time with us today: https://calendly.com/heritage-hunters/ or email: email@example.com. #OPS #OnePlaceWednesdays #genealogy #heritage
Added by Barbara Jean May on July 9, 2022 at 9:10am — No Comments
There is a new episode of Heritage Hunters available! In March, 2022, Hulmeville Borough in Pennsylvania celebrated their Sesquicentennial Anniversary of incorporation. We talk with Joe Coleman about the history of Hulmeville, the Hulme family, and the celebratory events coming up this summer and fall! https://youtu.be/EIol68b1P18…Continue
Added by Barbara Jean May on July 1, 2022 at 5:17am — No Comments
The National Institute for Genealogical Studies invites you to come celebrate with us, with our students, our graduates, and our instructors. Anyone can attend. Graduates: invite your family and friends – everyone is welcome!
See our Blog for more information. …
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on June 6, 2022 at 12:03pm — No Comments
Nestled on a wooded knoll surrounded by periwinkle lies the remains of a 300-year-old structure that once was the Cedar Creek Meeting House. Established in 1721 from land donated by Thomas Stanley, the site lies west of an old 18th-century roadbed in Hanover County, Virginia. The church site is now on an old, abandoned road just off Cedar Creek Road. The cemetery, filled with field stones, holds the remains of early congregation members. This article will recognize the early members by…Continue
Added by Carol @Piedmont Trails on May 18, 2022 at 4:23pm — No Comments
Graduation preparation is underway for students who earned their PLCGS at The National Institute for Genealogical Studies between May 2020 and April 30, 2022. Please respond with info in this blog post. Blog: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/05/calling-all-graduates-may-2020-april-2022/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on May 17, 2022 at 4:12pm — No Comments
Further research has revealed that my Kennedy lineage traces back to Duncan Kennedy, who married Ann Fraser, in Argylleshire. Their son, Duncan, was born in 1772, and in 1808 he married Mary Butter(s), at Keppoch. Duncan and Mary apparently had three children, all born in Scotland, very likely in Glencoe; Margaret,( born c. 1811, Louisa born c.1815 and John.born circa 1816-1818. John migrated to Australia, before 1848, when he married a widow, Margaret Drane, ( nee Mc Phee),( born in…Continue
Added by PETER ROBERT KENNEDY on May 10, 2022 at 2:30pm — No Comments
An INDEX to the Research A-Z blog posts for April 2022.
Blog post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-index/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 30, 2022 at 4:27pm — No Comments
Names are a major part of our research. Investigating all leads and following known practices will help you to analyze any conflicts you may discover. Blog Post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-z-not-the-end/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 30, 2022 at 4:21pm — No Comments
The future of our genealogy communities lies with the younger generation, to preserve the research gathered by this generation and pass it on. Blog Post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-young-gen/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 28, 2022 at 9:43pm — No Comments
You may find “his x mark” or “her x mark” instead of a signature, or maybe an alternate symbol. Blog Post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-x-mark/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 28, 2022 at 12:35am — No Comments
Our female ancestors played significant roles in history. Find tips and strategies in our courses to assist your research and lead you to success. Blog Post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-women/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 26, 2022 at 11:32pm — No Comments
Vital Records are invaluable to all researchers no matter what genealogical focus you choose. Seek out unique collections for your research location. Blog Post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-vital-records/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 25, 2022 at 8:34pm — No Comments
American Records courses, packages and certificates offered by The National Institute for Genealogical Studies. Blog Post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-united-states/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 24, 2022 at 9:20pm — No Comments
A timeline is a valuable tool for tracking life events in your ancestors’ lives. Create timelines for your research projects! Blog Post: http://blog.genealogicalstudies.com/2022/04/research-a-z-timelines/
Added by Cheryl Levy PLCGS on April 23, 2022 at 9:24pm — No Comments