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Family History Minute #2

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Family of Christopher De Leonardis

Disclaimer: I was given permission by one of my client’s to discuss his project and surnames in an attempt to bring more family members into the project and learn new information. The DeLeonardis / De Leonardis family is a main component of some research I am doing for a client. Are you connected to this […]

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The Edward C. Anderson Family in Chicago

Disclaimer: I was given permission by one of my client’s to discuss his project and surnames in an attempt to bring more family members into the project and learn new information. Edward Carl Anderson was born 14 Aug 1893, in Chicago, Illinois, and died 3 Dec 1973, in Bay Pines, Florida. His parents were Anton […]

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An Italian Project – Studying Those From Ricigliano, Italy

Disclaimer: I was given permission by one of my client’s to discuss his project and surnames in an attempt to bring more family members into the project and learn new information. I am researching several families in Chicago, from the town of Ricigliano, Italy. This project began last summer, in 2011 and will continue into […]

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Wisdom Wednesday – Re-examine Your Records

This weekend I gave my Visualizing Your Genealogical Data lecture at the Illinois Family History Expo. In this lecture I make a comment in 1930 there are four families living in the home of my great great grandparents, Joseph and Magdalena Kokoska. A couple of evenings ago I decided to see if the world would […]

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Don’t Underestimate Your Power

This weekend I spoke at the Illinois Family History Expo. One of the lectures I gave was Finishing The Story which is three case studies about my World War I and World War II ancestors who died in service. My lecture basically goes like this for each case study: Tell the story I heard from […]

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