Family Chronicle – May/June 2006, edited by Halvor Moorshead; Published May/June 2006 by Moorshead Magazines Ltd.; PDF (download only) edition; 56 pp; 8.5x11; Full Color; PDF downloadable eBook, Downloads are available immediately upon placing order; Item # FCMJ06-PDF
Researching Mexican War Records
- French Canadian Church Records
- Surname Mailing Lists
- The Curse of the Common Surname!
- Finding Death Records Online
- Using the Internet to Search the SSDI, Obituaries, Death Notices, Cemeteries and Other Sources
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
- Finding Your Mexican War Ancestor, David A. Norris describes the surprisingly rich resources available to genealogists
- The Experts Answer II, Professional genealogy researchers share how they solved some of their research projects
- A Green Light for Genetic Genealogy? Edwin M. Knights, M.D. looks at recent suggestions for improvements to DNA testing
- Finding Death Records Online, Donna Potter Phillips looks at some of the best places on the ‘net to find documents related to your ancestor’s death
- Revisiting Genealogical Records, Emily Croom shows how important it is to review your records
- French-Canadian Church Records, Patrick Wohler looks at finding, and understanding, Quebec parish records
- Surname Mailing Lists, Brett W. Smith shows how to make the most of electronic mailing lists
- Proving Parentage: 25 Ways to Discover and Document a Parent-Child Link, Janice Nickerson shows there’s still hope even if there’s no birth certificate
- Websites Worth Surfing, 17th Century Colonial New England, Prologue Magazine, Civil War Soldiers & Sailors System, The Danish Emigration Archives, Prince Edward Island Public Archives and Record Office Online Databases
- Curse of The Common Surname, John M. Hoenig shows us how to handle overwhelmingly common surnames
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