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Save 20% on GenDetective v3!

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My Vital Documents

The GenDetective 2  the My Vital Documents report can replace your document tracking spreadsheets.  It identifies, for each person, the key vital documents that we genealogists search high and low for.  If you have located information in an index instead of the actual document, … Continue reading

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Why Genealogy Education?

For the past few months I have been focused on learning and improving my research skills.  It started with my annual trek to The Genealogy Research Institute in Pittsburgh and Judy Russell’s and Rick Sayre’s class on “Law School For Genealogists” and … Continue reading

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Working with Birth Indexes

As genealogists, we continually work with indexes.  Indexes drive the majority of the searches we conduct on our favorite genealogy websites.  The 1940 Census is currently un-indexed, meaning we can not look up (search) for a relative’s name to quickly … Continue reading

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Working with Death Indexes

As genealogists, we continually work with indexes.  Indexes drive the majority of the searches we conduct on our favorite genealogy websites.  The 1940 Census is currently un-indexed, meaning we can not look up (search) for a relatives name to quickly … Continue reading

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