Research

Military Monday – Caution! Check the Death and Burial Information

This weekend as I was working on my World War II record books and reading a USMC personnel file for Pvt. William Franklin Cowart, something important occurred to me. Important and somewhat bothersome issues I feel needs to be addressed for anyone who does genealogy research. The issues are: Family trees, FindAGrave, and death and […]

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Is It A Fact Or Did You Make It Up?

If you read my blog post tomorrow you know I am a bit frustrated. After writing that for tomorrow, I decided to write and post this today. I have been reading the questions and answers by a military research expert who is not providing completely accurate information and seems obsessed with facts. The impression I […]

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Tuesday’s Tip – Organize Those Death Certificates

My business is composed of two main types of research. Military and Italians in Chicago. I haven’t blogged about the genealogy/Italians in a while so thought I would share my strategy for organizing records. I’m focusing specifically on death certificates. The bulk of my genealogical client work revolves around Italians from Ricigliano who came to […]

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