Grave obsessions

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Seek and ye shall find….the missing children of Benjamin and Cynthia (Day) Bursley
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With the help of GenealogyBank and digitized newspapers, another mystery is solved!
eBay, an overlooked resource for finding rare books and other stuff
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Recently I was chatting with some members of my genealogical
Maine research: some lesser known places to search – for FREE!
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I love Maine research. The Pine Tree State has made major efforts to digitize their records, increasing the odds of finding your ancestors in both free, online databases and government repositories.
Find-A-Grave, more than just graves
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Good stuff starts with Find-A-Grave.  Okay, certainly not all good
Getting the ROI on your genealogy subscriptions??
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If you’re like me, your email in-box is often crammed
Tuesday’s Tip: HistoryGeo.com – You Can’t Live Without It!
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Okay, it might not be as important as food, water,
Are you have problems with Ancestry.com’s DNA portal?
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Are you having issues with Ancestry's DNA portal?  About a
Chronicling America chronicles the Stanwood family
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Friday night I continued my search for the Stanwood surname
Tech Tuesday: Money and the Great Ancestry.com Debate
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The year was 1994, and I remember the day like
Technology and Tracing Thomas
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My favorite ancestor is Betsy (Wasgatt) Stanwood.  She was one
Chronicling America – and Stanwoods too!
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This photo has always intrigued me.  Knowing my grandmother's uncle,
Evernote and everyday genealogy
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I hate paper. Paper requires time to organize. Drawers to