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Flea Market Genealogy? The forgotten resource in genealogy research!

  Flea Market Genealogy an untapped resource Flea Markets are an untapped genealogical resource. As genealogists  we have combed boxes in the attics of our relatives looking for genealogical related items hoping find something to add to our family stories. … Continue reading

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Understanding the Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps (Videos)

By Michael S Sheaffer Since I posted about the Sanborn Maps on Friday (The Value of the Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps), I have had quite the reaction to them. Many people have heard of them but have never used them … Continue reading

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The need for libraries goes well beyond books!

A day at the library shows why there is still a need for them An Original Content Written by Michael S Sheaffer   On this particular rainy day I am at a local library to view some microfilm of old … Continue reading

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Three Times Removed

  Opinon As an experienced family history researcher I was skeptical on how I could accept a genealogy fiction book with a paranormal theme in it. Somehow the author pulls it off and left me wanting more! The author did a … Continue reading

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