Monthly Archives: November 2015

How to Find a Revolutionary War Patriot

(from Dick Eastman’s Daily Newsletter · November 10, 2015) After earlier skirmishes, the American Revolutionary War started with the battle between British troops and local Massachusetts militia at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts, on 19 April 1775. It ended eight years later with the signing of the Treaty of Paris in […]

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Are You An Effective Genealogist?

Internet Genealogy article by Donna Potter Phillips, Internet Genealogy author November 9, 2015) What I mean is that are you a successful genealogist or an unsuccessful genealogist? Do you usually achieve your research goals? If not, then you might want to take another look at your research strategies. Dave Obee, […]

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Eight Ways to Avoid Going Down the Wrong Path

(Kimberly Powell’s About Genealogy Weekly Newsletter November 3, 2015) There is nothing more frustrating than finding out the ancestors you’ve been so diligently searching aren’t really yours. That the hours and money you’ve spent on your research has been wasted. That the ancestors you’ve come to know and love aren’t […]

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