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According to the US Census Bureau, roughly one in ten Americans, or 31.5 million people, claim […]
The following blog post continues a series on military pension records, this one being part 2 […]
In June of 1812, the U.S. declared war against Britain, a war that would last until […]
  RootsTech 2-4 March 2023 “Uniting”       This year RootsTech will be both in […]
 In celebration of Black History Month, we honor Alex Haley, who is considered the catalyst for […]
Love is in the air! With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, let’s take a look […]
My journey to becoming a professional genealogist was roundabout and unexpected. As a child and teen, […]
In the first part of this series, we learned how to use the name of an […]
In honor of Martin Luther King day this week, we thought we would repost a two […]
Alaska: The last state added to the union. The biggest state geographically, yet the fourth least […]
My early childhood memories consist of trips to visit Grandma and Grandpa, and Great-Grandma and Great-Grandpa. […]
This is a continuation of the blog published September 14, 2022, which was a biography of […]
We, at Lineages would like to wish you heavenly peace, great joy, and everlasting love during […]
Have you read Charles Dickens’ classic novel, A Christmas Carol? Have you shed a tear as […]
Happy Hanukkah! The eight-day Hanukkah celebration in 2022 begins on December 18th and ends on December […]
Christmas has a history about two thousand years long. It started as a religious holiday focusing […]
We, at Lineages, wish you a beautiful, joyful and peace filled Christmas. We thought we’d give […]
Giving Thanks The northern settlements that would eventually become part of the United States were originally […]
In the previous article, we learned about what obtaining a pension entailed for our ancestors and […]
Colonists in the Americas were tired of Britain’s tyrannical rule and wanted to govern themselves as […]