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    Three Steps to a Genealogy Family Renunion

    Ever thought of throwing a Genealogy Family Reunion?  We talk about how to organize and initiate such a reunion in The Step-by-Step Genealogy Guide. It isn’t that hard when you have a few basic tips.

    First of all, plan the “reunion” around a pre-arranged family gathering (weddings are great.) This way you’ll have folks in town anyway. Ask the relative getting married if they’d mind if you had an informal gathering the afternoon after the wedding (maybe at Continue reading “Three Steps to a Genealogy Family Renunion” »

    Great New Step-by-Step Genealogy Guide

    October 5, 2008 by  
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    If you’re having trouble getting started with making a family tree, let me suggest this great new genealogy guide. This step-by-step guide will provide you with clear, concise, instructions on all of the problems and challenges you face when starting to make a family tree:




    The Handloom Weavers of Perth website

    Genealogy is an ever fascinating subject and you may be surprised at just how many research approaches are available to you.  We are all informed about the primary concepts of – start with you and hunt the down those birth, marriage and death records. Very soon after that, avid researchers are busily tracking down the most likely census returns. However, were you aware that you may be missing out on another incredibly valuable but often overlooked resource in researching your Continue reading “The Handloom Weavers of Perth website” »

    Updated Confucius family tree has two million members

    February 17, 2008 by  
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    I thought this was interesting when I came across it. More than 2 million family members… that was a big genealogy project for sure! The Confucius Genealogy Compilation Committee tells us that the task of registering new members was completed in 2007 and the descendant report for Confucius is due to be published in 2009; 2,500 years after his death. Kong Dewei, a Confucius descendant who has been updating and directing the work on this project reports that there are Continue reading “Updated Confucius family tree has two million members” »

    A Family Tree Search Sunday

    February 12, 2008 by  
    Filed under Articles, Blank Family Tree, Latest News

    This is a neat idea that more communities should consider. What better way to show residents how their tax dollars work than a family tree search Sunday. This story from the Scarborough Evening News reports that residents of Scarborough will be welcome to participate in a unique event every Sunday. It is a day set aside to help research their family trees. The Council Records Office in North Yorkshire County is taking registrations for a family history “day school” intended Continue reading “A Family Tree Search Sunday” »