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We’re bringing you a bonanza of British records for Findmypast Friday this week. Our new probate calendars, parish records and newspaper articles will give you plenty to delve into over the weekend.
This week, we’re bringing you over 6.3 million new records and newspaper articles including:
Discover more about your ancestors with brand new records every week on Findmypast Friday.
Genealogy Jamboree Blog: FREE Webinar from SCGS – September 5, 2015 – Michael L. Strauss: “The Great War: Researching Your World War I Ancestors”
Free Webinar from Southern California Genealogical Society: Genealogy Jamboree Blog: FREE Webinar from SCGS – September 5, 2015 – Michael L. Strauss: “The Great War: Researching Your World War I Ancestors”.
Florida State Genealogical Society Aug 20 Webinar – “Where You Are Depends on When You Are: Resources for Finding American Ancestors in Time&Space”
Starts at 5PM PDT.
August FSGS Poolside Chat:
Political boundaries change over time, and sometimes dramatically so. Our ancestors may never have moved, yet these boundaries could have shifted around them, causing them to live in multiple different jurisdictions even though they were born and died in the same house. If we are not aware of what those boundary changes are, and when they occurred, we may overlook relevant records and repositories or accidentally create brick walls for ourselves. This presentation explores digital and hardcopy resources that can help us navigate the ever-changing American political landscape as we work backwards through time through the 1700s, highlighting changes unique to Florida.
This post on the Findmypast Friday included new Scottish and Irish records as well as British records. Heads up for those doing research in those areas. Findmypast Fridays | News | findmypast.com.
Genealogy Jamboree Blog: Reminder: FREE Webinar from SCSG with Kathryn Lake Hogan – Wednesday, August 19, 2015
Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about “Finding YOur American Ancestor Using Canadian Records.” Wednesday at 6 PM. Genealogy Jamboree Blog: Reminder: FREE Webinar from SCSG with Kathryn Lake Hogan – Wednesday, August 19, 2015.