Monthly Archives: October 2013

Getting More from Google Searches for Genealogy

Like most of you I like to use Google as my main search engine.  This article contains cautions and advice that help us get more out of our Google searches for genealogy. Did you know that when you do a … Continue reading

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A Folk Tale With an Important Message

This is a folk tale from the Lettish people who lived near the Gulf of Riga perhaps in present day Latvia.  Similar folk tales exist in several other eastern European cultures. When the world was young, people thought everything should … Continue reading

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Plans for the Future from FamilySearch

Recently FamilySearch held their annual department business meeting.  I’ve been to these very interesting meetings in the past.  They used to begin with words something like “what you see today is not to be shared with people outside of this … Continue reading

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