March, 2011


A GeneaBlogie Dialogue: The Future of Professional Genealogy

Preface: A while ago, there was dialogue in the blogosphere about the future of the large genealogy companies such as Ancestry.com, FamilySearch Inc., and others. Notable writers such as James Tanner, Thomas MacEntee, Randy Seaver, and the Ancestry Insider, have written about this issue. Many more experts have commented on the blogs of those who have written on this issue. …Continue reading →

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A Love Story

After we had finished our primary business, the cute voice on the telephone asked if I would like to meet a friend of hers.  No, said I, I already have a primary relationship and two exes. But, she said, you’ll really like my friend.  And she began to describe her.  Alright, I said, I hate blind dates, but I’ll be …Continue reading →

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Essential Reference for Military Records

I came across this book on Google Books: A Dictionary of all Officers, who have been Commissioned, or have been Appointed and Served, in the Army of the United States, Since the Inauguration of their first President in 1789, to the first of January, 1853,–With Every Commission of Each;–Including the Distinguished Officers of the Volunteers and Militia of the States, …Continue reading →

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