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More New York Records added to FamilySearch.org

FamilySearch.org has added millions of New York records to its free website, including detailed abstracts of New York City vital records that allow searching by family relationship, as well as place, date, and subject name;  passenger and crew lists; Canada/New York border crossings; and National Guard service cards. 21 more words


Genealogy Research at SCDL: Marriage Records

Welcome to SCDL Tree Talk Tuesdays. This week we are continuing on with our series of Genealogy Research at SCDL and looking at Marriage Records. The Genealogy Collection has the Marriage Records for Stark County covering the years 1809 (when they began) through 2007. 456 more words

Stark County

Death Certificates: Answering Some Unanswered Questions

Over the last few weeks I have received a number of death certificates, most for people about whom I have written, so I will also post them as updates to the relevant posts.  661 more words

Family Information And Updates

Sorting Thorugh Sordid Divorce Records - Black Sheep Sunday

I had a realization yesterday as I was working on a family search indexing project yesterday – I am a snoop.  Its not the biggest realization, the type that inspires a person to sell everything they own and move to Reykjavik.  589 more words

Fountaindale Public Library District

Genealogy Research @ SCDL: Death Records/Certificates

Welcome to this week’s SCDL Tree Talk Tuesdays. This week we continue our  journey about Genealogy Research @ SCDL. Each month we are taking a look at what specific records that are available within our collection to help you with your research. 350 more words

Genealogy Resources United States

SRC Retention Schedule Report

Four proposed general retention schedules were heard by the State Records Committee today. Each of these general schedules were previously posted on this blog for your input. 93 more words

Records Management

A Common Misconception When Obtaining Stateside Records

For the longest time I was under the assumption that you had to be in person to collect most vital records for your relatives within the USA. 531 more words

Dual Citizenship