Monthly Archives: May 2014

New scanning service from FamilySearch available at Family History Centres

In a blog article dated 21 May 2014 FamilySearch describes how they are going to help us with our old Photographs and Documents “FamilySearch International (online at announced today a new, free family photo and document scanning and preservation service … Continue reading

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Should You Go Fast and Far? Or Slow and Sure?

We have talked about the Genealogical Proof Standard – and think it is important.  This past week I was pleased to read the following on the blog written by Anne Gillespie Mitchell posted 15 May 2014: For Mother’s Day, … Continue reading

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New Resources for Irish Research Now Available

People doing Irish research are special people!  They have great patience and if they find census information unavailable for a particular year they are resourceful and look for substitutes for the missing information. The 1901 and 1911 census have been … Continue reading

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