New Records at the Genealogy Giants Websites

New Records at the Genealogy Giants Websites

Enjoy millions of new records from the 'Genealogy Giants' websites this week: Ancestry, FamilySearch, Findmypast, and MyHeritage! New collections are now available for England, Ireland, the Netherlands, and Denmark. Also new are two collections of WWII Holocaust...

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Episode 211

Episode 211

The Genealogy Gems Podcast Episode #211 with Lisa Louise Cooke In this episode, host and producer Lisa Louise Cooke talks with Barry Moreno, Historian at Ellis Island. Hear about the life cycle of this busy U.S. immigration station (1892-1954) and Barry's research...

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Getting Started on Ancestry.com

Getting Started on Ancestry.com

Getting started on Ancestry.com can be a little daunting. As one of the world's top genealogy websites, it's packed with information about millions of people--perhaps including your ancestors. These step-by-step instructions will help you start building...

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New Records Include Irish Genealogical Abstracts

New Records Include Irish Genealogical Abstracts

Explore new Irish Genealogical Abstracts that have become available this week. They are a great alternative to records destroyed in the 1922 Dublin fire! Also new are church and burial records for England, poorhouse records for Scotland, German military recruitment,...

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Found in an Archive: 10 Unexpected Discoveries

Found in an Archive: 10 Unexpected Discoveries

What we expect to be found in an archive is documents, photos, memorabilia and other paper-based items. But the Archive Lady Melissa Barker's list of "most unusual discoveries" reminds us to expect the unexpected in archival collections! Read about her top ten unique...

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