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Notes on “Getting the Most from the FamilySearch Research Wiki”

Notes from Presentation given at AGS Conference Edmonton 22 April 2017 What is the familysearch wiki?  Why should every genealogist be using it? Overview What is the research wiki? How to access the wiki How to navigate the wiki Helpful … Continue reading

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Does being christened on the same day mean they are twins?

I was doing some research this week and found 2 children recorded as being christened – also known as baptized – on the same day in 1884 in a parish in Derbyshire, England.  I got to thinking about this boy … Continue reading

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Canadian Military Records

We are always pleased by the many great questions we are asked at presentations we make! Someone asked about where to find Canadian Military records.  Linda has really enjoyed having a copy of her father’s military records. Those who know … Continue reading

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Update to FamilySearch.org changes

(as of 28 April 2013!) Within 48 hours of sharing last week’s article on the new version of FamilySearch.org we noticed one small, but good, additional change. Access to the Research Wiki has been made easier! You really need to … Continue reading

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The New Look at FamilySearch.org – where do I find things now?!?!

It is always nice to have a fresh new look  . . . .  even on a web site – but often that results in not knowing where things are.  Where are Historical Records?  Where is the wiki?  Where is … Continue reading

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