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1. Civil War Graves [1]
http://www.suvcwdb.org/home/about.php CIVIL WAR GRAVES Haven't found my ancestor yet - but maybe you'll have beter luck finding yours! Dani __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com
2. Hispanic Genealogy Group Now At Google! [1]
To check it out, go to: http://groups.google.com/group/Hispanic-Genealogy Thanks, Danielle Brown List Admin __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com
3. ROLL CALL FROM LIST ADMIN [1]
Hi ya peoples! I am Danielle Brown, the list admin. Just doing a roll call to see what surnames/people we are all researching. Also, I just wanna see if anybody actually receives these emails, lol. Is this thing working?! Anyways, hope y'all are all enjoying a great genealogical year so far - I know I am. Great Luck in knocking down your brick walls! Dani March 08, 2006 __________________________________________________ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam p
4. Something that affects All us genealogists [1]
Information Series on Genealogy%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% This article is another of a series that I will present to the group for information, education, or to enlighten. List Administrator _____________________________________________________ The LDS church has just announced a new program that will affect all genealogists. See http://www.lds.org/library/display/0,4945,40-1-3384-9,00.html Unlocking the Vault: Conversion to Digital Records is Progressing By Brittany Karford, Church Magazines Members m
5. Message Board Improvements [1]
USING ANCESTRY.COM: "Preparing for the Message Board Improvements Launch," by Juliana Smith ============================================================= Last month, there were 28,127,757 page views on the Ancestry.com/RootsWeb.com message boards and on April 30 there were more than one million for that day alone! That's a lot of people looking for ancestors and sharing their research interests! Message boards have long been popular, and even before we took to the Internet, genealogists
6. MEXICAN PARISH RECORDS, 1751-1880 [1]
MEXICAN PARISH RECORDS, 1751-1880 Source Materials Series%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% Again I am just presenting what is on the Web for informational purpose only. The information or work can not be verified or source upon my end. Please be aware that some sites are under construction or unable to view. List Administrator In my quest to find resources to find family members on the computer, I am sharing several great websites, that even myself, have never heard of until I became aware of them and I
7. Texans seek compensation from Mexico for 12 million acres lost after 1848 treaty [1]
SOURCE: Yolanda Zarate (AmintaZarate@aol.com) Texans seek compensation from Mexico for 12 million acres lost after 1848 treaty By Sandra Dibble UNION-TRIBUNE STAFF WRITER [California] April 16, 2005 EARNIE GRAFTON / Union-Tribune Aminta Zarate says a 1941 decree by Mexico's president obligated the country to pay $245.1 million in compensation. Aminta Zarate steps from a 170-year-old family cemetery on the south Texas ranch where she grew up. A descendant of the region's first Spanish settlers, she wa
8. SSDI UPDATED [1]
SSDI UPDATED RootsWeb now offers the most recent version of the Social Security Death Index (SSDI), which includes records through April 2005 This database contains several important bits of information on the more 75,163,608 persons whose deaths are on file with the U.S.'s Social Security Administration, including: social security number, date of issuance, state of issuance, date of birth, date of death, and last residence address of record. http://ssdi.rootsweb.com/ __________________________________
9. 26th Annual Texas State Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference [1]
Don't forget Conference registration deadline of 1 August (Monday) for pre-conference registration rates. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 26th Annual Texas State Hispanic Genealogical and Historical Conference September 2-4, 2005 Holiday Inn / Civic Center / Laredo, Texas Don Tomas Sanchez / 250th Anniversary Celebration of Laredo, Texas Hosted by: Villa San Agustin de Laredo Genealogical Society Conference website: http://www.vsalgs.o
10. A TALE OF TWO CATS [1]
=================================================================== FAMILY HISTORY COMPASS "A TALE OF TWO CATS," by Juliana Smith ===================================================================== It all started very innocently. I was off to return a library book to our local library. At the counter there was a gentleman with a box. Inside the box were two cats (yes, in the library)--a mother and one kitten. The mother was very thin, and it was apparent that she was still nursing. She had been givi
11. FAST FACT: FREE CHARTS AND FORMS [1]
============================================ FAST FACT: FREE CHARTS AND FORMS ============================================ You can download free charts and forms to help organize and record your family history at: http://www.ancestry.com/save/charts/ancchart.htm (Requires free Adobe Acrobat Reader) Charts include: --- ANCESTRAL CHART Allows you to record the ancestors from whom you directly descend. --- CENSUS EXTRACTION Allows you to record census information. Forms are available from 1790 to
12. Keep Your Back-Up Media Current [1]
KEEP YOUR BACK-UP MEDIA CURRENT Three years ago I did a series of interviews with an elderly aunt and got some wonderful stories about her family and particularly her sister--my grandmother. I dutifully transcribed the interview tapes on the computer and saved a back-up copy on a floppy disk. We have since updated our computer from Mac to PC and of course there is no floppy drive. I took the disk to work where there are still some Mac hold-outs, inserted the disk and got the "format" message. Over the cou
13. A History Of The World [1]
History of the world. This is a huge, fascinating website with worldwide histories and time lines. http://www.historyworld.net/default.asp __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://mail.yahoo.com
14. West Virginia [1]
The West Virginia Vital Research Records Project has started placing scanned images of original birth, death, and marriage records and certificates for selected counties and dates on-line at the following site: http://www.wvculture.org/vrr/ Also note the option to search additional West Virginia records in the lower left corner of this same site. __________________________________ Yahoo! FareChase: Search multiple travel sites in one click. http://farechase.yahoo.com
15. Ten Free Things To Do On Ancestry.Com [1]
THE INSIDER: "TEN FREE THINGS TO DO ON ANCESTRY.COM," by Anastasia Sutherland Tyler ===================================================================== Just about everyone loves free things, be it free food, free concert tickets, or free samples. So, without further ado, here are ten things you can do for free on Ancestry.com. 1. SEARCH TWO CENSUS INDEXES Ancestry.com offers two census indexes for free searching: the 1880 U.S. Federal Census and the 1881 England, Wales, Isle of Man, and Channel Isl
16. KEEP BACKUPS [1]
KEEP BACKUPS My laptop computer was recently stolen. The good news is that I back up my data every time I input family information. The bad news is that I threw the most recent back-up into the carrying case (which was also stolen). Luckily, I only lost one day's input. Tip to myself: If I don't take the back up offsite (which I will now do religiously), at least separate it from my computer. Jack Mahan __________________________________ Yahoo! Mail - PC Magazine Editors' Choice 2005 http://
17. Arizona [1]
Kathleen (knacuna@comcast.net) was kind enough to send the link to the following Arizona Dept. of Health Services site for searching scanned images of birth certificates which were issued at least 75 years ago and death certificates which were issued at least 50 years ago: http://genealogy.az.gov/ This site allows you to search by the individual's name, as well as the names of their father or other. Searches can be narrowed by date ranges and Arizona counties if known. ___________________________
18. Missouri Online! [1]
The Missouri Archives has put up an index to 1910-1955 Missouri death certificates. They will eventually have images of all certificates, but for now they have 1900-1920 images. It's kind of slow because it's new and is getting lots of use. http://www.sos.mo.gov/archives/resources/deathcertificates/#search Dani --------------------------------- Talk is cheap. Use Yahoo! Messenger to make PC-to-Phone calls. Great rates starting at 1¢/min.
19. SCGS Genealogical Jamboree May 6 2006 [1]
From: Donie Nelson Date: Mon, 17 Apr 2006 15:59:32 -0700 On Saturday, May 6, 2006 at 2pm at the SCGS Genealogical Jamboree in Burbank, CA at the Burbank Airport Hilton Hotel Donie Nelson will be making the following presentation: Nuestras Raices (Our Roots): Finding Your Ancestors in the Hispanic Southwest If you have Hispanic ancestry and believe your roots are buried in the American Southwest, this presentation offers your specific trailmarkers, maps, and waystations to
20. www.adoptionsearching.com [1]
Unfortunately, I believe this website http://www.adoptionsearching.com (great for Texas and California) is gonna go for as a pay-for site, in other words, it'll start charging fees if you do over a hundred searches in a day. (What counts as a search - I dunno yet, but I know I didn't do a hundred and I got the following message:"You have exceeded your daily limit ...100 free searches/pages per day ......starting a midnight For 500 per day $9.95 per month For unlimited searches $19.95 per month For instit
21. North Dakota Index Now Online! [1]
NORTH DAKOTA DEATH INDEX NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE. The time period covered is 1 January 1881 through 31 October 2005, with monthly updates. The website is maintained by the North Dakota Department of Health's Division of Vital Statistics. Many early deaths were not recorded and there are few deaths listed prior to 1900. The website is the result of an 18-month project by a committee composed of staff from the State Historical Society of North Dakota, the North Dakota State Genealogical Society (NDSGS) a
22. Fwd: Gen Site [1]
I am forwarding this to all my lists, thank you. Danielle --- GenealogyLookUp@aol.com wrote: > From: GenealogyLookUp@aol.com > Date: Sun, 4 Dec 2005 19:38:30 EST > Subject: Gen Site > To: HERNANDEZ-admin@rootsweb.com > > > just wanted to share this bit of information with > you below. I contacted you > first > because if you think it might be helpful or others > might be interested in it > for their > genealogy research....that you might consider > posting the information to > your > g
23. Genealogical Standards [1]
Information Series on Genealogy%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%%% This article is another of a series that I will present to the group for information, education, or to enlighten. List Administrator _______________________________________________________________ Good morning, everyone. :-) For old hands, this is nothing new. But, as we are always having some new people, this is for newer people to genealogy. Genealogical Standards Standards For Sound Genealogical Research Recommended by the National Genealogical So
24. THE 2005 FGS CONFERRENCE IN SALT LAKE CITY [1]
===================================================================== "Along Those Lines . . . "THE 2005 FGS CONFERENCE IN SALT LAKE CITY (OR "DON'T GO TO THE FAMILY HISTORY LIBRARY!)," by George G. Morgan ===================================================================== In just a little over a month, genealogists from all over the world will be converging on Salt Lake City, Utah, for the annual Federation of Genealogical Societies Conference. Sponsored by the Utah Genealogical Society, the FGS Co
25. Diversity Brings Breadth to U.S. History [1]
Diversity Brings Breadth to U.S. History American students often get the impression from history classes that the British got here first, settling Jamestown, Virginia, in 1607. They hear about how white Northerners freed the black slaves, how Asians came in the mid-1800s to build Western railroads. The lessons have left out a lot. Forty-two years before Jamestown, Spaniards and American Indians lived in St. Augustine, Florida. At least several thousand Latinos and nearly 200,000 black soldiers

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