Family Chronicle – September/October 2005, edited by Halvor Moorshead; Published September/October 2005 by Moorshead Magazines Ltd.; PDF (download only) edition; 64 pp; 8.5x11; Full Color; PDF downloadable eBook, Downloads are available immediately upon placing order; Item # FCSO05-PDF
Forensic Genealogy, you won’t believe what you can learn from careful analysis!
- Where Were Your Ancestors Married Contest!
- 10 Tips for Advanced Researchers
- On Line Genealogy Courses
- Looking for Lists in All the Right Places
- Photo Editing Software Reviewed
In This Issue
- What’s Coming In Family Chronicle, A peek at what we are working on for future issues
- News and Letters
- Research Resources, Products and services for the amateur genealogist
- Photo Editing Software, Jim Byram looks at image editing programs for genealogists
- 10 Reasons to Join A Genealogical Society, Society membership has its benefits says Barbara Krasner-Khait
- Forensic Genealogy: A Case Study In Digital Detective Work, Colleen Fitzpatrick demonstrates just how much can be learned from a photograph
- Where Did They Get married Photo Contest, Send us a picture of that interesting place where your ancestors were married and you could win a Solid Memories Custom 3-D “Local Branch” of Your Family Tree!
- 10 Tips For Experienced Genealogists, Marcia Yannizze Melnyk shows us that a genealogist’s work is never done
- The Future Of Genealogy, Marc Skulnick consults some of the industry’s leading experts to see what the future holds
- Online Genealogy Training Class, Lisa A. Alzo describes what you can learn about genealogy from the comfort of home
- The Case Of The Missing Census, Emily Croom looks at what to do when a census record no longer exists
- Looking For Lists In All The Right Places, Janice Nickerson looks at the top 10 sources for list hunters
- Genealogy Can Be Dangerou$, John M. Hoenig examines the financial implications of estate research
- Interviewing Jane, David Cooper shows how to overcome deterrent thinking with reluctant interviewees
- Dem Bones, Victoria King reports on the search for a female-line descendant of the royal House of York who can provide a key to the past
- You Wanted To Know, Hoyt Ralph Judy, “Buern, Kreis Saahlouis”, Genealogy of Saints
- Websites Worth Surfing, Online Searchable Death Indexes for the USA, 1890 Veterans and Widows Special Census, US Vital Records Information, Preserving Your Photographs and Heirlooms
- Tasteful Family History, Wendy A. Boughner Whipple suggests using your “noodle” when researching family history in the kitchen
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