FED UP with Family Secrets!? Adoption and Genealogy

FED UP with Family Secrets!? Adoption and Genealogy

Do family secrets make your genealogy research more difficult? More intriguing? Here's how one listener feels about the secrets in her husband's family history (and a nice resource on adoption in Ireland). Recently we heard from Kate, a longtime Genealogy Gems Premium...

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“Help! Why Is My Ancestor Listed TWICE in the Census?”

“Help! Why Is My Ancestor Listed TWICE in the Census?”

It's a common problem to not find your family history in the census AT ALL. But what happens when you find them listed TWICE? Donna recently wrote in with this head-scratching question: "Lisa, I love your podcast, and have been to several of your presentations, and...

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We Dig These Gems! New Genealogy Records Online

We Dig These Gems! New Genealogy Records Online

Every week we blog about new genealogy records online. Which ones might help you find your family history? New this week: Delaware land records, French censuses, British directories, Irish newspapers, Spanish municipal records (to the 1300s!), and U.S. passport...

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We Dig These Gems! New Genealogy Records Online

We Dig These Gems! New Genealogy Records Online

Every week we blog about new genealogy records online. Which ones might help you find your family history? New this week: more Italian civil registrations, Ohio and Pennsylvania marriage records, thousands of New York genealogical resources, Illinois state censuses...

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We Dig These Gems! New Genealogy Records Online

We Dig These Gems! New Genealogy Records Online

Every week we blog about new genealogy records online. Which ones could be the key to busting your genealogy brick walls? New this week? Vital records for Delaware, South Dakota, Illinois and Texas. Italy civil registrations. Newspapers from Indianapolis, Louisville...

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