Saturday, May 24, 2014

Rail Road Historical Society Websites

Looking for information on an old rail road? This page has an excellent set of links to rail historical sites--check it out at

Friday, May 23, 2014

Ending Webinar Sales 28 May---Don't Wait

If you've been waiting to purchase a genealogy webinar, now is a great time. On 28 May, I'm taking down the sales pages for my webinars and they will no longer be offered so that I can concentrate on other genealogy-related activities.

My contract with the hosting and download service ends at the end of the month, but we're pulling the sales pages down before that to give people time to download any purchases they make.

Downloads of webinars are immediate and presentations can be viewed as many times as you like.

Now's a great time to increase your genealogy knowledge at an affordable price.

Georgia Death Certificates 1914-1927

The Georgia State Archives has Georgia death certificates online for 1914-1927. Records in early years are not complete. Searches include parent's names on the death certificate.

General information on Georgia death certificates is here.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Casefile Clues Returns from Hiatus

After a hiatus, we are ready to resume distribution of Casefile Clues. You can get free copies following the directions below
  • 2 free copies of Casefile Clues can be yours-simply enter in your email address and "submit" order. There is no credit card or other personal information required. Copy 1    Copy 2

We are looking forward to returning to our research, analysis and discussion of records. And, yes, we are even looking forward to returning to citations. We’ve got stories on some old favorites, follow ups to a few missing links, and new families and locations to discuss. We are excited about what’s coming up in the newsletter.

An email about the newsletter was supposed to be sent earlier to all subscribers, but apparently it did not go out. All subscribers will receive the full number of issues that were a part of their original subscription. Subscribers who have been left on the distribution list after their subscription expired will be removed from the list.

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Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Early Virginia Religious Petitions At Library of Congress

The "American Memory" collection at the Library of Congress has a wonderful digital collection of religious petitions from Virginia. There's not an every name index, but the items are searchable by county. View them at