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From: "What's New on Cyndi's List"<> (by way of CyndiHowells <>)
Subject: [CyndisList] September 19, 2007
Date: Thu, 20 Sep 2007 00:27:41 -0700


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September 19, 2007
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URL: http://expertgenealogy.com/?x=KarenMRobinson
TITLE: Hampshire England Professional Genealogist
DESCRIPTION: UK family research and also
photography of villages, houses and graves.

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URL: http://sumnertree.sumgen.com
TITLE: SUMNER Genealogy
DESCRIPTION: The SUMNER'S, SOMNER'S and
SUMPNER'S of Wiltshire and Gloucestershire from 1560.

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URL: http://kennetttree.sumgen.com
TITLE: KENNETT Genealogy
DESCRIPTION: This site contains the family
tree of many of the KENNETT'S in Kent.

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URL: http://sherringtree.sumgen.com
TITLE: SHERRING Genealogy
DESCRIPTION: The SHERRING Family Tree
originating in Somerset and Dorset, UK.

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URL: http://www.livesrecorded.com
TITLE: Lives Recorded
DESCRIPTION: Lives Recorded discusses ways to
preserve family memories with a video
biography. Examples include photographs of the
CULLER and SODEN families and others, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio, USA.

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URL: http://www.genealogyformsonline.com/
TITLE: Printable Genealogy Forms
DESCRIPTION: Printable Genealogy Forms for
Genealogy Research & Documentation.

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URL: http://www.statearchivists.org/prepare/families.htm
TITLE: Rescuing Family Records: A Disaster Planning Guide
DESCRIPTION: This practical manual from the
Council of State Archivists (CoSA) describes the
records that protect a family’s finances, health,
civil rights, and family history. Some, such as
deeds and mortgages, may be obvious to readers,
but others, such as leases, proof of intellectual
property, and certain tax records, are easily
forgotten in the moment of crisis. The manual
prompts readers to think through all the records
that may help their family survive disaster and
return to normal afterwards. It includes: (1) a
checklist of records, with space for recording
whether and where the record is duplicated; (2)
various options for duplicating and protecting
records, and the pros and cons of each; (3) a
discussion about why certain records may need to
be certified; and (4) a brief introduction to
caring for historical family records. The book’s
author, David Carmicheal, is State Archivist and
Director of the Georgia Archives.

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