Published by IowaDnaProject: Surnames and Associated Counties

Surnames and Associated Counties

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Published by Genealogy’s Star: The Exploration of your Family Lines

Ross, James Clark. A Voyage of Discovery and Research in the Southern and Antarctic Regions, during the Years 1839-43. London J. Murray, 1847. http://archive.org/details/voyageofdiscover01ross.When you start to investigate your family’s history, you are really going on a voyage of discovery. Just like the early European explorers, you may only have a few sketchy reports about…

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Published by TheLegalGenealogist: Brothers versus sisters

Test them all! The one thing that is abundantly clear is that understanding DNA testing and the way it can be used in genealogy is tough stuff. We have to understand what kinds of DNA tests there are. We have to understand what those tests can and can’t show. And we have to understand who…

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Published by Dick Eastman: Ireland Reaching Out Creates “Reverse Genealogy”

Ireland Reaching Out, also called Ireland XO, is a non-profit organisation financed largely by the Irish government. The organization tracks down the descendants of those who left for America, Australia and other countries. Instead of waiting for people of Irish descent to trace their roots, Ireland XO volunteers worldwide are networking with people of Irish…

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Published by Genealogy Blog: The Portable Genealogist: Applying to Lineage Societies

Across the country, and the globe, there are thousands of genealogical societies ready to welcome both new and experienced genealogists into their midst. Over the years I have had the opportunity to lecture and teach classes to many such groups and have observed the bonds of friendship and family that grow among various members. I…

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