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Prove the Marriage at our Family History Retreat in February

Prove the Marriage at our Family History Retreat in February

Understanding the first record of the family—beginning of the family unit is critical to your research success. Marriage records often reveal identification of Groom, the maiden name of the Bride, and other significant people in the lives of the Groom and Bride. Did you know that a minimum of 16 different official, legal marriage records could be found to document your hard-to-find ancestors? This Retreat will focus on the importance of the marriage record and how … Read entire article »

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DearMYRTLE and Holly Hansen: Scandinavian Research Retreat

DearMYRTLE and Holly Hansen: Scandinavian Research Retreat

DearMYRTLE loves family history research and loves sharing innovative ways to increase research success. On December 22nd she interviewed Holly about the upcoming Scandinavian Research Retreat to be held in Salt Lake City. DearMYRTLE, Russ Worthington, and Holly discuss the benefits of attending a Family History Expos Research Retreat in Salt Lake City. Watch the interview online: We look forward to seeing you at a Retreat real soon! … Read entire article »

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LifeStory and Family History Expos Have Teamed Up!

LifeStory and Family History Expos Have Teamed Up!

We have worked with LifeStory for many years. They are exhibitors at many of our Expos and Retreats. We love their Heritage Collector System. If you do not already own “The Heritage Collector System” today is the day to download and try the Free Standard Version. Marlo and Holly have been working together for years with webinars, classes, and training that assists family history enthusiasts to share the results of the research with family and friends, … Read entire article »

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Trekking for Ancestors

Trekking for Ancestors

Holly T. Hansen has released her latest book entitled, Trekking for Ancestors. It is a guide for members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. It is designed help turn your heart to your fathers through family history and temple work by discovering the promises made to the fathers and cultivating and preparing your heart to receive those promises. As you complete the spiritual activities in this workbook, you will begin to understand your … Read entire article »

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Ask-the-Pros — Question and Answer — Old Style Handwriting

Ask-the-Pros — Question and Answer — Old Style Handwriting

Question: How do you read old documents accurately? Can I learn to do this myself? Answer: The study of old handwriting is called paleography. There are many guides and helps available to us today. Classes taught at family history events and online. Whether you are reading a will, a census page, colonial records, even a stranger’s handwriting it takes practice. Each time I read the census I study the handwriting by looking at easy to decipher names and then … Read entire article »

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October Family History Research Retreat

October Family History Research Retreat

Each October we hold one of our best Family History Library Research Retreats in the heart of Utah! This year is no exception and we invite you to come join with us at the world renowned Family History Library (FHL) in Salt Lake City, Utah. You will learn how to use the FHL, Ancestry.com, MyHeritage, and FindMyPast.com along with proven research techniques that give you the best possible chance for research success. Enjoy the personal assistance … Read entire article »

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Celebrating and Capturing the Memories Interview Books and CD

Celebrating and Capturing the Memories Interview Books and CD

Are you looking for a place to start with writing your personal history? Would you like to interview someone else to preserve their memories? Use one of our exceptional workbooks to help you capture the memories you want to preserve. Each workbook contains a guide with questions to assist you in writing an expanded history. The books are divided into sections about the person being interviewed, their parents, siblings, places they lived, school days, teenage … Read entire article »

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If Your Serious About Your Ancestry… Real Genealogy Expertise is Needed

If Your Serious About Your Ancestry… Real Genealogy Expertise is Needed

By Arlene H. Eakle, Ph.D. Become a genealogy expert and pass this expertise on to your ancestors… Creation and publication of a family tree, a genealogy, a family history is an achievement in truth–at least it should be.  Yet, in print and across the internet are some of the most appalling examples of what we call genealogy: People who live 200 years.  Children born in places that don’t exist.  Women giving birth at Biblical ages.  Documents cited … Read entire article »

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Family History Expo June 27-28, 2014

This year our June Family History Expo is being held in Casper, Wyoming. Come join us where you will learn from experts like Ruby Coleman, President of the Nebraska Genealogical Society; Ruth Ellen Maness, AG, former Senior Research Consultant at the Family History library in Salt Lake City, Utah;  Arlene H. Eakle, Ph.D., President and founder of The Genealogical Institute; and more. Our Exhibitors include: By Land or By Sea; Celebrating Family History; Fort Casper Chapter, NSDAR; Genealogy Presentations; GenSearch and more; Natrona County Genealogical Society, The Genealogical Institute; and Family History Expos will have a booth as well. Classes offered will cover getting organized, Scandinavian, German, using FlipPal, analysis tools, online trees, migration patterns, FamilySearch, immigration, passenger lists, Pennsylvania, Swedish and Danish, US Census, scanning and more. Registered attendees, bring your personal research … Read entire article »

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Stephen P. Morse Presents at Family History Expo in Sacramento May 2-3, 2014

Stephen P. Morse Presents at Family History Expo in Sacramento May 2-3, 2014

One-step Webpages by Stephen P. Morse is a website that contains tools for finding immigration records, census records, vital records, and for dealing with calendars, maps, foreign alphabets, and numerous other applications. Stephen Morse received both the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Outstanding Contribution Award from the International Association of Jewish Genealogical Societies. He received the Award of Merit from the National Genealogical Society  here in the U.S., the first ever Excellence Award from the Association of … Read entire article »

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