Monthly Archives: August 2013

50 Best Genealogy Brickwall Solutions

We all run into Brickwalls when doing our Family History research.  While “go away and come again another day” can help – we return with a fresh perspective.  . . .   One of our favourite Canadian sources, GenealogyInTime online … Continue reading

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Canada 1921 Census Now Available Online . . . Finally . . . Sort of . . .

 Thanks to Dick Eastman (http://blog.eogn.com/) – where would we be without Dick? – I learned that the images for the 1921 Canada Census are available for free online – but not at Library and Archives Canada – but Ancestry.ca!!!!  No  … Continue reading

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Genealogy: Focusing on One Ancestor at a Time Keeps the Work Simpler

by Barry Ewell from the Deseret News, 13 April 2013 Do you ever feel overwhelmed with doing Family History?  Feeling that there is too much to do?   We were impressed by following the “Power of One” – just focus on … Continue reading

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