Posts Tagged With: professional genealogist Chicago

Join the WWII Conversation at the World War II History Network!

About a month ago I was invited by a colleague on LinkedIn to join the community at the World War II History Network. Once I did that, I was quickly put to work as a “Staff” to help moderate the genealogy group. Getting involved in this community has been a good thing for me personally […]

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Reaching Out And Inspiring

Friday I had the opportunity to speak to Missouri S&T history majors and faculty. I am a 1999 graduate of Missouri S&T, although at the time of graduation, the name was  the University of Missouri – Rolla. I arrived about 15 minutes early to figure out where I was supposed to go and set out […]

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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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