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A Genealogist Mourning for Lost Military Records? The Morning Report Saves the Day

Posted by on Sep 19, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Genealogy, Military records, World War I | 0 comments

A Genealogist Mourning for Lost Military Records? The Morning Report Saves the Day

Sometimes records in archives are destroyed by fire. Our RecordClick professional genealogist uncovers some additional ways to find ancestry details that may help in the case of 1973's losses of military records. Stop mourning! Start looking at Morning Reports!

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Genealogist, When You Can’t Find a Will Think: Florence Foster Jenkins

Posted by on Aug 29, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Genealogy, Genealogy Research, Wills and Probates | 0 comments

Genealogist, When You Can’t Find a Will Think: Florence Foster Jenkins

When the genealogist does research, a will is often a great document. In the case of Mrs. Florence Foster Jenkins, the will was both a mystery and a life-style savior.

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The Ancestry Researcher Can Travel in Time with Orphan Train Records

Posted by on Aug 20, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Family Search, Genealogists, Genealogy, Orphan Train | 0 comments

The Ancestry Researcher Can Travel in Time with Orphan Train Records

The ancestry researcher knows that with the 1800s-1900s wave of immigration into New York City, overcrowding, illness and death also came. To aid those children who lost their parents, Orphan Trains helped them find new homes. Our RecordClick Ancestry researcher looks at these records.

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Mexican Borders and the Info that a Genealogy Services Provider Must Know

Posted by on Aug 20, 2016 in Ancestry Research, California Genealogy, Genealogy, Genealogy Research, immigration records, Texas Genealogy | 0 comments

Mexican Borders and the Info that a Genealogy Services Provider Must Know

The professional genealogy services provider can't be on a Fantasy Island when searching records for border crossings. Our professional genealogist looks at the Mexican border crossing records and specifically looks at actor Ricardo Montalban.

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Vital For the Genealogy Services Provider:  A Thinking Cap

Posted by on Aug 7, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Death Certificates, Family History, Genealogical Societies, Genealogy, School Records, Wills and Probates | 0 comments

Vital For the Genealogy Services Provider:  A Thinking Cap

When the genealogy services provider is asked a difficult question, he or she must approach the answer with a set of basic tools. Including that thinking cap!

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A Genealogy Education is in School Yearbooks

Posted by on Aug 7, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Family Search, Genealogy, Genealogy Research, School Records | 0 comments

A Genealogy Education is in School Yearbooks

As school begins, so do the memories. The priceless records of family members' school days are found in Yearbooks. Our RecordClick genealogist details how a genealogy researcher can use and find these precious lessons.

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A Genealogist in the Wilderness Looks at Fur Trading in the Northern Plains

Posted by on Jul 23, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Danish Genealogy, Genealogy, Homesteading, Land Deed Research, Montana Genealogy, Nebraska Genealogy | 0 comments

A Genealogist in the Wilderness Looks at Fur Trading in the Northern Plains

When The Revenant showed the wilderness in the film, who knew it might lead to a great source of information for the genealogist. Our professional genealogist tells about her latest library find--out there on the Great Plains.

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This Genealogist Loves July Fourth, George Washington and Letters

Posted by on Jul 4, 2016 in American Revolution, Ancestry Research, Expert Interviews, Family History, Genealogists, Genealogy | 0 comments

This Genealogist Loves July Fourth, George Washington and Letters

Letters are a way back to the details of one's family history. George Washington wrote enough letters to fill volumes. And these letters help us learn more about the times of July 4, 1776.

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The Genealogy Services Provider Celebrates America with Lawrence Welk and his Homestead Story

Posted by on Jul 1, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Family History, Family Search, Genealogy, Homesteading | 0 comments

The Genealogy Services Provider Celebrates America with Lawrence Welk and his Homestead Story

Homesteading provides a true American story. And it is the story of famous television musician Lawrence Welk. Celebrate genealogy and the fourth of July with a festival of information thanks to our RecordClick professional genealogist Joan Shurtliffe.

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Three Fav Genealogy Services Resources: Free!

Posted by on Jun 18, 2016 in Ancestry Research, Census, Death Certificates, Family History, Family Search, Genealogists, Genealogy, Genealogy Research, Newspapers | 0 comments

Three Fav Genealogy Services Resources: Free!

It is Summer and our professional genealogy researcher Joan Shurtliff is FREE and easy. So are the three sites she discusses for genealogy services providers.

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