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Approach you research another way. Add these three ideas to your genealogy research while creating your family tree and discovering your family history.

It all started with a phone call. A phone call from my sibling. When I hung the phone up at the end of our conversation my son, who was four years old then, asked who I was talking to. When I to…

Did You Know? On many old tombstones you will find the wording, "Jane Doe, consort of John Doe." This indicates that John was still alive at the time Jane died. If the stone reads "Jane Doe, relict of John Doe," this indicates that Jane's husband was already deceased at the time she died. #genealogy #tips

Pauper Ancestors: A Guide to the Records Created by the Poor laws in England and Wales by David T. Hawkings. $34.20. 512 pages. Author: David T. Hawkings. Publication: March 1, 2011. Publisher: The History Press (March 1, 2011)

An free, downloadable Ancestry.com guide with tips for coaxing the stories of those unsung heroines in your family HerStory from the records. #genealogy

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