The 1950 Census for Genealogy

The 1950 Census for Genealogy

Countdown to the 1950 Census - Show Notes The census is the backbone of genealogical research. Here in the United States it gives us a cohesive look at our ancestors every 10 years between 1790 and 1940. And now there is a new census on the horizon!   The 1950...

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Best Ways to Search for Photos with Google Images

Best Ways to Search for Photos with Google Images

Google offers a variety of ways to help you find and search for images. In fact, there are so many different ways it can get a little confusing. In this video and article I’m going to show you how to find images and photographs that apply to your family history. Who...

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Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 251

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 251

Free Online Records at the Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center If you’re looking for a wide array of free online genealogical records for your family history, look no further than then Allen County Public Library’s Genealogy Center in Fort Wayne, Indiana....

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Genealogy Crime Stories with Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Genealogy Crime Stories with Nathan Dylan Goodwin

Elevenses with Lisa Episode 47 Show Notes Author Nathan Dylan Goodwin (The Sterling Affair) joins Lisa Louise Cooke live from England for a conversation about writing, DNA, Criminal Cold Cases, and his new book The Chester Creek Murders.   Get Nathan's New...

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Genealogy at the State Library of Pennsylvania

Genealogy at the State Library of Pennsylvania

One thing that many genealogists have in common is a connection to Pennsylvania. Perhaps one of your family tree branches extends back to the early founding of the Pennsylvania colony. Or it may be that one of your ancestors was one of the hundreds of thousands...

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Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 250

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 250

10 Surprising Things You Can Find at Google Books You will find the complete show notes for the topic discussed in this episode at the Elevenses with Lisa show notes page here.   Google Books is a free online catalog of over 25 million books, 10 million of which...

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10 Awesome Genealogy Finds at the Internet Archive

10 Awesome Genealogy Finds at the Internet Archive

Elevenses with Lisa Episode 43 Show Notes Do you like finding new stuff about your family history? Well, then you’re in the right place because today that’s exactly what we’re going to do in this episode of Elevenses with Lisa.  If you’re looking for new...

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How to Use Church Records for Genealogy

How to Use Church Records for Genealogy

Elevenses with Lisa Episode 41 Show Notes Welcome to Elevenses with Lisa, our weekly  little slice of heaven where friends get together for tea and talk about the thing that never fails to put a smile on our face: Genealogy! As you know, birth, marriage and...

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Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 249

Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode 249

10 Questions to Rate Your Readiness for Genealogy Research Success You will find the complete show notes for the topic discussed in this episode at the Elevenses with Lisa show notes page here.   Are you ready for a year of successful genealogy research? I've got...

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A Cup of Christmas Tea with Tom Hegg

A Cup of Christmas Tea with Tom Hegg

Elevenses with Lisa Episode 38 Show Notes Join me for an inspiring conversation with Tom Hegg, author of the New York Times best-selling book "A Cup of Christmas Tea". Genealogists from around the world gathered together for this special live show to share a cup of...

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Provenance: The Story Behind Your Genealogy Records

Provenance: The Story Behind Your Genealogy Records

Elevenses with Lisa Episode 37 Show Notes There's a very important story behind each one of your genealogy records. In this video and article we discuss why it's critically important to understand the provenance of each record. We also talk about specific things to...

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