Published by LegalGenalogist: Being transported

What that meant, what it means By the time you read these words of The Legal Genealogist, it will be sometime Monday, February 8th, in my home country of the United States. But it will already be Tuesday, February 9th, in Australia. Which is where The Legal Genealogist will be, by the time you read…

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Published by MyHeritage: 5 New Year’s Resolutions Every Genealogist Should Set

This is a guest post by Lorine McGinnis Schulze of Olive Tree Genealogy. Lorine is a Canadian genealogist who has been involved in genealogy and history for over 30 years. Find her on Twitter (@LorineMS), Pinterest (lorinems), and at her Olive Tree Genealogy YouTube channel. She is also the author of many published genealogical and…

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Published by LegalGenealogist: The Official TLG 2015 Thank You List

To the hosts and more of the past year Is it possible…? Can it be…? Is it really the 31st of December? The very last day of 2015? New Year’s Eve. Already. Looking back on a whirlwind year, it’s clear that I’ve had the chance this year to meet folks from a wide variety of…

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Published by Dna-eXplained: Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2015

WordPress, the blogging software I use, provides a year-end summary that is quite interesting. I really like this report, as I tend to be very focused on what I’m researching and writing, not on stats – so this is a refreshing break and summary. I thought you might be interested too. The top 10 most […]

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Published by LegalGenalogist: A happier holiday season…

… for three lucky readers In case you hadn’t noticed, The Legal Genealogist is a DNA junkie. More money has gone out of this household in the last few years for DNA tests than for some entire categories of normal household budgets. But that’s because I can afford it. And not everybody can. So many…

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Published by LegalGenalogist: A matter of materiality

Locking up the witness It’s a natural human phenomenon: we all tend to root for the underdog. That was driven home this week after Monday’s blog post about a rather gruesome murder in Arkansas Territory that came to The Legal Genealogist‘s attention while — no surprise here! — poking through an old statute book. The…

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Published by LegalGenalogist: From the depths of the law library

A resource for territorial research There’s nothing The Legal Genealogist likes better than a first-class online source of legal information that’s useful in researching family history. Except maybe having a reader tell me about one I hadn’t known about before. And this one is really a doozy. Anybody who ever had kin who spent any…

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