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Subject: [CyndisList] February 20, 2010
Date: Sun, 21 Feb 2010 02:28:26 -0800


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February 20, 2010
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TITLE: McCracken
DESCRIPTION: If anyone is interested in a rather large book on the McCrackens, contact me a >com.

TITLE: Legacy Locators
DESCRIPTION: Who were your ancestors? What were they like? Are you too busy to finish or start your family history or you have reached a “dead end” as you try to find your ancestors? Do you need some help to get started and/or organized? Legacy Locators will research and create a family tree customized for you.

TITLE: Tracing Family History in Newspapers
DESCRIPTION: Newspaper archives can be one of your most valuable tools for genealogy work. Learn about the best online sources for accessing old newspapers in the US, and around the world.

TITLE: Welcome to the Families ANGENENT
DESCRIPTION: The Descendants of the family name aen gen Eindt from Dukedom Kleve 1552 then Dutch now German territory.

TITLE: Free Genealogy Tools: Public Records
DESCRIPTION: There are many public records that are really off the beaten track, but are still very valuable tools for family history work. Public record files of car crashes, political donations, aircraft owners or other odd sorts of records can sometimes pinpoint information on missing family members.

TITLE: Digital State Archives: Vermont
DESCRIPTION: Vermont's long and fascinating history notwithstanding, there isn't a great deal of content available online at their State Archives site. Still, if you have ancestors from the state, it's certainly worth a visit.

TITLE: The Kendall DNA Project
DESCRIPTION: Using genetic testing to supplement conventional genealogy for the Kendall families. The study in international in scope and includes any/all variaions of the surname Kendall: Kindall, Kendle, Kindle, Kendell, Kindel, Kinnell, Kindl and many others.



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