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  1. Sticky Thread Sticky: Valuable Research Links

    For those who aren't already aware, Family Search has a pilot program up and running. Since this is not the final product and software and data are often being changed/updated, there may be times when you cannot access the website or you might get unpredictable search results. I've taken a spin...

    Started by Leander‎, 31-03-2010 4:12 AM
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  2. Sticky Thread Sticky: Help for those who went across the pond - USA

    I am a total newbie to English genealogy, but not to genealogy in general, so I thought, I would help with some information that is different here in the states, since so many have been willing to help me on the boards. The availability of marriage records and land records will be dependent on a...

    Started by shewhoseeks‎, 25-01-2010 8:54 PM
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  3. Sticky Thread Sticky: Patriot Graves New York

    Patriot Graves - New York I thought this site might be helpful for anyone looking for graves in New York for Revolutionary War patriots. They're listed in an index by New York county with the following headers: Headstone Surname Prefix Suff GivenName Byear

    Started by Aislin‎, 12-04-2009 11:52 PM
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  1. US Social Security Death Index

    Good morning to all our Forum members in the USA. This query is by way of asking for general information, more out of interest than anything else, and not a specific research query. I have traced a great uncle of my wife's who "disappeared" in the UK and was never heard of again. He...

    Started by mfwebb‎, 25-07-2012 8:14 AM
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  2. Marcus WA immigration records 1904

    I know there are many people on this forum who have had great success in tracing overseas ancestors, but I have only just made my first foray overseas whilst helping my wife with her research after 25 years or more concentrating on my own. One of the legends in her family is that “Uncle Herbert...

    Started by mfwebb‎, 19-07-2012 12:18 PM
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  3. Tracing a marriage in Alabama 1838-1840

    On the off-chance that such a document still exists, what information is likely to be contained there-in? The couple appear to have been born not in Alabama. He was born in Georgia and she in Tennessee. Records of births seem to have been destroyed during the Civil War. If anyone feels...

    Started by Colin Rowledge‎, 28-05-2012 11:13 PM
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  4. Post What next? Macaulays from NY & Scotland

    I have worked very hard trying to trace a member of our family and am still coming up empty handed. My ancester, Andrew C. Macaulay, was born in Scotland in 1839. His parents were Marg Elliot and Samuel Macaulay. Andrew moved to New York at some point. We believe that he immigrated during the...

    Started by VMACAULAY‎, 04-06-2012 3:38 AM
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  5. John Eustice Ball - to the U.S.A. in 1907

    The chap named above is my Great-Grandfather. He was born in Phillack, Cornwall on March 13, 1860. The early years of his life were tough. His parents, by the time he was born, had already had 6 children. 2 had died very early in their lives . His mother died when he was 7 and his father died when...

    Started by Colin Rowledge‎, 31-05-2012 10:29 PM
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  6. The War of 1812

    Since I'm striking out my Ball's in Australia, I'm searching a little closer to home - U.S.A. - that is. It would appear , that the grandson of William Ball - William John Redvers Denton Ball - married a lady by the name of Hilda. From what I have been able to find, Hilda is the 2XGreat...

    Started by Colin Rowledge‎, 14-05-2012 9:19 PM
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  7. Smile looking for my great uncle and auntie

    hi, I need help looking for my Great uncle CARROLL LEE and my Great auntie Norah Lee nee Mountian. My great uncle Carroll was born in America what part I do not know, dont even know when he was born or who his parents are?! All I know is that he was in the army he was a GI. He married my...

    Started by lottietottie07‎, 18-01-2008 9:37 PM
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  8. Lakeview Cemetery Brockport Monroe County

    Hi, would anybody be close enough to Lakeview cemetery to take a photograph of Howard and Anna Cease interred Section G, Lot No.92. Thanks

    Started by Chisel‎, 23-05-2012 3:42 AM
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  9. Red face MARTIN family, New Jersey

    Anyone have an idea of the best place for searching in the US. I can find John Alexander Martin born 1887 living with his parents (Alexander Martin b. 1854 d. 1929 and Elizabeth Mahood b. 1860 d 1935) here in the United States in Harrison/Kearny, NJ than not sure where he went. Last I have him is...

    Started by Alby65‎, 09-06-2011 8:33 PM
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  10. Glen Cove Births and Deaths

    I am trying to find the birth of Doris Burden around 1915 to George (Alexander Albert) Burden and Rosina. also the deaths of George and Rosina which will be after 1940 any ideas thak you

    Started by sharperesidence‎, 12-05-2012 2:42 PM
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  11. What happens to non-Naturalized female ??????

    I have a lady who married in 1912 and with her husband went to Boston, Mass. They were both aged in their very late 40's. She does not show up on any returning passenger lists. He returns to England in 1921 with a different wife. Either the wife he went with died or they divorced. Are...

    Started by Colin Rowledge‎, 28-03-2012 7:49 PM
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  12. Who is the mystery H.A. Wells?

    My 2xgreat-grandfather's nephew, Alfred Herbert Newton, emigrated to the U.S. in the early 1900s and married a lady by the name of Zoe Emma Wells, born 23 October 1882, Kansas. Zoe's parents were Emma Irish, aged 21, and "H.A. Wells," aged 26, and they were married 30 Dec 1880, Spring Hill, Miami,...

    Started by Tinker‎, 17-03-2012 3:46 PM
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  13. Sarah Clark

    I have traced my ancestor Sarah Lee ( nee ) Clark in the UK up until the 1851 census. After that Sarah and her husband Joseph disappear off the UK radar. Its been suggested that they may have emigrated to North America as did two of her siblings, but i have`nt been able to verify this yet. This is...

    Started by Happyfeet‎, 25-03-2012 11:02 AM
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  14. Question American Inquest Records

    Hi. Just lucked on to this thread My grandmother's sister lost her 1st husband in Montana in 1914. The Coroner's report said "Miniing Accident". Cause of death was a fractured skull and broken neck. When I receivied the copy of the death certificate the sender indicated that. in the...

    Started by Colin Rowledge‎, 24-10-2009 3:05 AM
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  15. Smile USA New York City History online forums

    Hi Folks Can anyone tell me if they know of an online forum specifically to do with the History of New York. I am interested in finding out about the artistic scene in 1948 and 1949. My father who was an Artist aged 31 was in New York at this time. He stayed at the YMCA on West 23rd Street. I...

    Started by Richard Miller‎, 13-03-2012 10:12 AM
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  16. Unable to Find Ethel Yelland

    Ethel Yelland nee Beare was born in Cornwall,England in 1888 and she emigrated to the USA where she married Thomas Henry Yelland and they had 2 children named Roy and Verna. Ethel and Thomas divorced and Ethel was living in Houston,Texas in October 1917 and then Galveston,Texas. (Thomas Yelland...

    Started by genie12‎, 24-02-2012 9:09 PM
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  17. Census 1920 & 1930 + death info help please

    Harry Sithney Bray arrived in Boston, MA. in July 1902. On July 2, 1909 he married Ethel G. Moore. In 2 separate US. census records for 1910 I found him and Ethel in 2 different addresses, but is definitelt the right couple. I have his W.W. 1 and 2 draft registration cards where he is still...

    Started by Colin Rowledge‎, 03-01-2012 5:34 PM
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  18. Joseph Ford - possibly to Massachusetts

    Within my family there is the story that my great-great grandfather either deserted his family in England or left with the intention of sending for them and never did. The story is that he went to the US. Interestingly, when my great-grandmother married, she listed her father as deceased, with no...

    Started by DianaCanada‎, 28-07-2010 2:26 PM
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  19. Post Macaulay/McCauley Brick Wall

    I can't seem to get through a huge brick wall in my research on my Macaulay family. I'm hoping that someone has some advice on where I should go from here, because I'm at a total loss. I'm currently investigating Andrew Macaulay (various spellings of his last name have been used). I'm pretty...

    Started by VMACAULAY‎, 12-01-2012 4:13 AM
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  20. Calvary Cemetery Brooklyn / Queens

    My great grandfather's brother, Michael Donahoe, died in Brooklyn on Nov 27th 1914 and his death certificate says he was buried in Calvary Cemetery. I take this to be the Calvary Cemetery now in the borough of Queens. My cousin and I are thinking of going to the New York area later this year and...

    Started by barbara lee‎, 01-01-2012 2:24 PM
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