Episode 264 1890 Census Substitutes

Episode 264 1890 Census Substitutes

Listen to Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 264 Episode Show Notes In this episode you'll discover the best places to locate records that can substitute for the lost 1890 census. You'll learn: what happened to the 1890 census which parts of the 1890 census survived...

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How to Get Dual Italian Citizenship

How to Get Dual Italian Citizenship

Learn how to get dual Italian citizenship using genealogical information with my guest professional genealogist Sarah Gutmann of Legacy Tree Genealogists.  Watch Live: Thursday, May 12, 2022 at 11:00 am CT  (calculate your time zone)  Three ways to...

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Get Going with Timelines

Get Going with Timelines

Most genealogists are not using one of the best tools available: timelines! I know this because I often poll my live audiences at my speaking engagements. Typically 75% of the audience has never created a timeline of any sort for their family history. And it's not...

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1950 US Census Indexing with FamilySearch

1950 US Census Indexing with FamilySearch

The 1950 census must be indexed so that we can search for relatives by name, location and much, much more. You can help with this exciting project, and no special skills or background are required. Jim Ericson of FamilySearch 1950 Census Community Project explains...

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1950 Census Search Strategies

1950 Census Search Strategies

Grab your mug! In this Premium Members exclusive episode we'll be digging into the newly released 1950 U.S. Federal Census records.  The "waiting room" intro ends at the 3 minute mark.  Aired Live on Thursday, April 7, 2022  Show Notes Resource Download...

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Premium Podcast Episode 194

Premium Podcast Episode 194

How to Find Hard to Find Records with Lisa Louise Cooke   Are you having trouble finding a particular genealogical record you need? It happens to all of us, so in this episode we will take one Premium Member’s question about a divorce and follow the process of...

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Gretna Green and Marriage Records

Gretna Green and Marriage Records

Gretna Green is a term you need to know if you are searching for marriage records. In this video professional genealogist J. Mark Lowe joins me to discuss Gretna Green: what it means, why it matters, and how Gretna Greens may have affected your ability to find your...

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All About GEDCOM

All About GEDCOM

The GEDCOM digital file format is essential to genealogy. My expert guest from FamilySearch explains what a GEDCOM is, how to use it, and the most recent changes. He'll also answer some of the most common GEDCOM questions.  Show Notes If you've been watching my...

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Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 262

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 262

Podcast Show Notes: Genealogy Data Workflow When you’re working on our genealogy, you’ve got data and records coming from all directions: websites, interviews, archives, downloadable documents, and more. Some of it you’re actively working on, some of it you need to...

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One-Step Tools for the 1950 Census with Steve Morse

One-Step Tools for the 1950 Census with Steve Morse

One-Step Webpages by Steve Morse helps genealogists find relatives faster in the U.S. federal census. Steve Morse explains how to use his one-step tools for the 1950 census. Show Notes Premium Members: Download the show notes PDF Become a Premium Member. ...

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Locating Hard to Find Genealogy Records!

Locating Hard to Find Genealogy Records!

Grab your mug! This Elevenses with Lisa LIVE show is exclusively for Premium Members. In this Premium episode we'll be discussing how to find hard-to-find genealogical records. Our case study will be on divorce records, but you use these strategies with all types of...

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How to Document Family History with Shotbox

How to Document Family History with Shotbox

Documenting family history isn’t just about finding genealogical records. Family history can be found all around our home and the home’s of our relatives. These items need to be documented too. But when you start inventorying what you have – scrapbooks, photo...

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Premium Podcast Episode 193

Premium Podcast Episode 193

Updates and Listener Questions and Comments Download the audio file mp3 Download the show notes handout Elevenses with Lisa live episodes exclusively for Premium Members Watch this short video about How to watch the monthly live Premium show and get the show notes:...

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Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 261

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 261

Show Notes: 10 Top Tips for German Research  Researching ancestors in another country can be a little daunting. Challenges include foreign languages, moving boundaries, and spelling variations. This is certainly true for German genealogy.If you’re...

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A Call to Reopen the U.S. National Archives

A Call to Reopen the U.S. National Archives

Video and Show Notes On their website, the U.S. National Archives states their mission is to: "provide public access to Federal Government records in our custody and control. Public access to government records strengthens democracy by allowing Americans to claim...

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