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“History remembers only the celebrated, genealogy remembers them all.”  ~ Laurence Overmire I’m Emily Wilbur Alley. […]
Did your ancestor suddenly disappear from records? Your ancestor’s wife was listed as “Wife” in a […]
Anyone researching individuals and families in the 19th and early 20th centuries will probably have a […]
People’s reasons and passion for family history and genealogy are as diverse as people themselves. For […]
American genealogists have long sought for “gateway ancestors,” many of whom lived in the colonial period, […]
   Taxes are on everyone’s mind at this time of year! The practice of levying fees […]
Love is in the air! With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, let’s take a look […]
Have you read Charles Dickens’ classic novel, A Christmas Carol? Have you shed a tear as […]
  UK School Records It’s back-to-school time across many parts of the world. Students of all […]
Richard Woodruff Price grew up in Phoenix, Arizona. At about the age of twelve, his Sunday […]
In our research of British families, we often encounter service in the military—the British Army, the […]
  The Royal Navy impacted British history and our ancestors’ lives, changing the course of world […]
Even if your ancestor did not leave a personal journal of his experiences, a history of […]
Did your ancestor serve in the British Army? Many of these records are online and available […]
On January 6th 2022, the long-awaited 1921 England and Wales census was released to the public […]
  Maybe you have heard about the Gunpowder Plot, and the celebration of Guy Fawkes Night, […]