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  • @GenealogyJude Genealogy Jude September 20, 2019
    The Autumn edition of the @nationaltrust magazine has an interesting article about Southwell Workhouse. This comment struck me: “One thing visitors forget is that when people came into a place like this it was often from really terrible, desperate situations outside”. #genealogy
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    I have come to the conclusion, given the amount of 4th #cousin matches I have from America, that my great grandfather must have been American, would this be a reasonable assumption to make? #genealogy
  • @DavidDobie2 David Dobie September 19, 2019
    The Internet is a great place for #genealogy records, but not everything is on-line. #FamilyHistory societies have some unique record sets. In my mail today were books from @anesfhs, with monumental inscriptions & parish records from some of the places where my ancestors lived.
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    ~NEUE KIRCHENBÜCHER BEI ARCHION~ Vom 10.-18.09.2019 sind u.a. neue Digitalisate aus Sachsen (Landeskirchliches Archiv der Evang.-Luth. Landeskirche) und aus dem Rheinland (Archiv der Evangelischen Kirche) online gegangen. #Archion #Genealogie #Genealogy #Familienforschung
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    Think I have cracked a brick wall for a client, which proves a mother/daughter link & may lead to family entitlement to an Irish passport - crucial document shows them being sent to prison together (age 38/14) #Genealogy #DifficultTruth
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    What was your first computer that you did #genealogy on - and what software did you use ?
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    Add a whole branch to your tree with just a few clicks! Um... maybe that's not such a good idea... #genealogy …
  • @turnstonegenie Turnstone Genealogy September 14, 2019
    When you break a brick wall for a random stranger and they totally don't appreciate what you just did for them On the plus side, I now have a superb case study for some future talk/workshop/blog post #genealogy
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    Genetic genealogy is a steep learning curve and it takes a LOT of practice. I'm a huge proponent of people learning through collaboration on social media, but if you don't have experience, don't speak as an authority. Learn from others to improve your practice. #dna #genealogy