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Napoleonic Code The Napoleonic Code was implemented in 1804, shortly after the French Revolution. This law […]
  Are you interested in answering a genealogy question using DNA? Read this genetic genealogy post about […]
  Genetic genealogy is labor-intensive. It is easy to spend hours on individual steps like sorting […]
When it comes to genetic genealogy it can be a challenge knowing which DNA testing company […]
  DNA is now an essential tool in genealogy. The appropriate handling of DNA evidence is […]
“My mother, Carolina Jones, was born in the state of Tennessee and is buried there. My […]
Historical Background Not long ago, everyone’s father or grandpa had been involved in World War II. […]
This is a very personal story. I share my experience with DNA research as someone else […]
There is a large amount of information available out there for your Native American research. The […]
Interested in learning more about your Native American genealogy? Are you a tribal member or belong […]
Newspapers are often an unexplored resource in genealogical research, particularly amongst African American researchers who may […]
In the first part of this African American genealogy series, we learned how to use the […]
Have you ever looked at a Danish record or record index and wondered if the person […]
Genealogical research is fun for some people but for others it is more of a chore. […]
Johann Adam Sieber son of Georg Adam Sieber & Catharina Elisbetha Störzbach Born: 5 Feb 1813 […]
Johann Georg Ade son of Johannes Ade and Barbara Kauffman born 21 Jan. 1804 in Niederdobel […]
Gottlieb Ackermann innkeeper and green grocer in Gaildorf son of Michael Ackermann, farmer in Erbstetten, and […]
Jakob Abendschön citizen and barber in Schwaigern son of Heinrich Abendschön and Rosina Catharina Söhner born […]
James Wisdom Martin was born on 31 May 1856 in St. Ann, Jamaica, British West Indies. […]
Johann Melchior FISCHER was born on 30 Sep 1753 in Heidenheim an der Brenz, Württemberg, Germany. […]