Tag Archives: Family Search

Famous Ancestor – Pocahontas?

Brown-Mannin-Fugate-Martin-Pettus-Native American LineBy Don Taylor Having an account with Family Search and paying attention to the various notifications they generate can be fun. Every once in a while, I’ll receive a notice from FamilySearch and learn something fascinating. In this … Continue reading

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Finding Canada Census images.

Tuesday’s Tips By Don Taylor During my recent research into William Francis Halcro, I needed Canada Census Records. Certainly, Ancestry.Com has the records, but it requires a World Explorer membership. I don’t do enough research outside of the United States … Continue reading

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The Canadian Library & Archives

Tuesday Tips I had the opportunity to do some genealogical research for a friend who knew virtually nothing about her grandfather, Andrew Halcro.  He died in 1925 at the age of 48 and was not talked about much by the … Continue reading

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John Parsons, Jr. & The Family Search Wiki

John Parsons, Jr. & The Hartford – Albany Turnpike By Don Taylor Sometimes, the obvious eludes me. After my first pass on an individual searching Family Search, Ancestry, and drafting up a basic sketch for an individual, I like to … Continue reading

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Family Search’s “Watch” & Barbara Bertha Trumpi

Darling/Huber/Trümpi Family Search Watch Family Search is one of my favorite genealogical websites. They have many great features, but one of my favorites is their “Watch” function. It is simple but really powerful. Family Search uses a universal tree. That … Continue reading

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