Family Chronicle – November /December 2005 - PDF EBook
Family Chronicle – November /December 2005 - PDF EBook
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Family Chronicle – November /December 2005, edited Halvor Moorshead; Published November /December 2005 by Moorshead Magazines Ltd.; PDF (download only) edition; 64 pp; 8.5x11; Full Color; Link to a Download is immediate and a link is also E-Mailed to you in your receipt ; Item # FCND05-PDF

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PLUS 200,000 Family Histories, all with original images and every word indexed!

  • Unlocking Parish Records
  • Orphans Research

In This Issue

  • Jeff Chapman 1973-2005
  • Letters
  • Research Resources, Products and services for the amateur genealogist
  • Key Contacts for Your Research, Lisa A. Alzo shows us the importance of networking
  • Who Wants a Little Boy? Maureen Taylor looks at the adoption, foster care and indenture of orphans
  • Keeping the Memories Alive, Lynda King tells why it’s important to involve family in genealogy when they are young
  • Letters Home: To Ireland and Wales from the US, Marc Skulnick introduces a collection of letters written to the folks back home
  • Super Success Stories! Victoria King presents a collection of genealogical tales that is sure to inspire
  • 20 Billion Names are Coming Online! The LDS Church is working towards putting ALL their microfilmed records and 200,000 family histories online, all indexed and with original images, Halvor Moorshead reports.
  • Genealogical Etiquette, Janice Nickerson looks at the polite way to conduct your research
  • No Death Certificate? John M. Hoenig describes 10 tricks for when the paper trail goes cold
  • Unlocking Parish Records, Leslie Albrecht Huber explains the importance of understanding parish burial records
  • Our Dearly Departed: Obituaries in Genealogy, Emily Croom highlights the importance of obituaries to successful research
  • College Libraries, Donna Murray Allen lets us in on a little-known genealogical resource
  • Picture Stories 4, John M. and Nadine A. Hoenig look at what photos tell us about the dearly departed
  • You Wanted to Know, “Buern, Kreis Saahlouis” feedback, illegible inscriptions, Ancestry.com in the UK, preferred spouses in Family Tree Maker, RCMP investigations, criminal records
  • Websites Worth Surfing, Castle Garden Passenger Ship Arrivals, Google Earth, English and Welsh Wills 1384-1858, Automated Genealogy Index to the 1901 Census of Canada
  • Celebrating the Uncelebrated, Cindy Thomson looks at StoryCorps’ mission to document the past

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