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From: Cyndi Howells <>
Subject: [CyndisList] November 25, 2009
Date: Thu, 26 Nov 2009 00:41:18 -0800
Cemeteries & Funeral Homes (2,160+ links)
November 25, 2009
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TITLE: Free Genealogy Tools: Translating Family Papers and Records
DESCRIPTION: If you're struggling to translate old family records and letters, help is out there. Expert human translators offer their services for free, to translate short passages. They can even help decipher old handwriting.
TITLE: Statewide Civil Vital Records in the United States
DESCRIPTION: An excellent and well-researched article tht explains how registration proceeded in each state and how soon they reached 90% compliance levels.
TITLE: Nineteenth-Century Death Records: How Dependable Are They?
DESCRIPTION: An excellent and recent article by a prominent doctor/genealogist that explores the coverage of death records.
TITLE: Nodaway County Missouri Genealogy and History with Maryville, Skidmore, Hopkins, Burlington Junction, Ravenwood, Elmo, Quitman, Parnell, Graham, Clyde, Conception Junction, Barnard, Guilford, Arkoe, MO, maps, family
DESCRIPTION: CD for sale. A collection of resources on CD for genealogy research in Nodaway County, Missouri. Includes over 975 pages with 976 family biographies. Includes the full 1882 National Historical Publishing Company History of Nodaway County, Missouri. Also included are 18 maps showing the location of 59 communities in Nodaway County. Some of the areas that are included are Maryville, Skidmore, Hopkins, Burlington Junction, Ravenwood, Elmo, Quitman, Parnell, Graham, Clyde, Conception Junction, Barnard, Guilford, and Arkoe, MO.
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