Posts Tagged With: surname

Wisdom Wednesday – Texas General Land Office Website

I received the latest Family Tree Magazine in the mail a couple of days ago. There is a long section listing the top state websites. Of course I had to start looking at some of these websites because who knows what leads I could generate for a couple of my clients and myself! I visited […]

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FGS 2011 Blogging Genspiration Session

Friday evening at FGS2011, I sat in on a Genspiration session which was run by Amy Coffin of The We Tree Blog. The concept of a Genspiration session was to set our own topic, sit around in a room and discuss it. An open discussion of what works, what doesn’t, questions we have, suggestions to […]

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FGS2011 HistoryGeo.com

I had a nice conversation with Greg Boyd of HistoryGeo.com this afternoon.  HistoryGeo.com will be opened up to about 100 Charter Members. HistoryGeo.com is an interactive mapping website that allows users to analyze land ownership maps. HistoryGeo.com is part of the Arphax Company which publishes land ownership maps for counties in most states. Many libraries […]

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Geneabloggers

Are you a genealogy blogger? Have you heard of Geneabloggers? Geneabloggers is a community resource for genealogy and family history bloggers. The site is run by Thomas MacEntee of High Def Genealogy. Anyone with a genealogy or family history blog may submit their URL to be included in the Geneabloggers roster of blogs. Geneabloggers provides […]

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