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Genealogy Webinars – March 2011

Webinars are being more and more popular among genealogists!  Technology is certainly catching up with our profession.  Check out these webinars for the month of March: March 9, 2011, 1:00pm EST – First Steps #3: Now What?  How to Use Your Discoveries to Make Your Next Big Find given by Ancestry.com (FREE) March 16, 2011, 1:00pm […]

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Geneabloggers.com and Amy at WeTree have done it again! This year they’re bringing us 52 weeks of genealogy challenges to blog about. As Amy said in her kick-off post, this year is meant to stretch our brains, work our skills, and build us into top notch researchers! She goes on to say: The goal is […]

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Back in August, Ancestry.com and NBC announced that Who Do You Think You Are? would be back for a second season.  And they’ve been dragging their feet about releasing any additional information.  That is, until last Monday.  Finally, NBC has announced its Mid-Season line up!  Though they haven’t given any of the particulars or released […]

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This morning, Ancestry.com and NBC announced that they will be partnering up again for another season of the hit genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are? The series features celebrities on their journey to solve a genealogical problem.  Besides featuring tools and repositories that are helpful to many researchers, the series shows that everyone […]

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Breidenbach, Brown, Burke, Cammack, Campbell, Compton, Copeland, Craig, Dumas, Feazel, Giles, Hiler, Holladay, Ivy, Kirkham, Kolb, Lockhart, Lynch, Mackshan, McAfee, McCuistion, McKim, Newman, Pear/Pehr, Purtle, Rowland, Sanders, Schumann, Slade, Sloan, Tollett, Thome/Thomey, Tommey/Tommy, Vineyard, Yanker
 

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