Category Archives: research

Bits and pieces

Hurray! My county of research is not a “burned county!” A burned county is one of hundreds (?) across the country where we have lost records over the decades because of various courthouse fires. So, hurray! Gentry County, Missouri, is … Continue reading

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A Suitcase Full of Pictures

I found a suitcase full of pictures at a consignment store. “What is inside,” was my first question. It soon became “Who is inside?” Images: Lost and Found  (Click to watch video.) I couldn’t wait to meet them.  I couldn’t … Continue reading

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Some of my publications …

These are some publications of mine that you may find interesting or helpful. Continue reading

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My Go-to Websites

This page will always be in progress: Ancestry.com Cyndi’s List Dear Myrtle Evidentia FamilySearch Findagrave Fold3 GEDmatch GenealogyBank Genealogy Bargains Legacy Family Tree Webinars The Legal Genealogist Lisa Louise Cooke’s Genealogy Gems National Genealogical Society Newspapers.com One-Step Webpages RootsTech USGenWeb … Continue reading

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Vintage Post … from 2 Nov. 2012

Such fun I’m having with my new book of World War I-era real estate listings for North Texas (and other places!). Thursday, I took a long-ish lunch break from the Texas State Genealogical Society conference and drove to the address in … Continue reading

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