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Researching Census Records in GenDetective

Census records are one of the most frequently consulted group of records by genealogists.  These records are the backbone of our family history, allowing us to trace our families through time as a couple marries, has children, and the children … Continue reading

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Research Trap?

I just caught myself falling into a research trap.  I know when using FamilySearch to check for the un-indexed collections.  It is an ingrained work habit.  Since I use many of the county court/probate collections on FamilySearch, I am used … Continue reading

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Research Progress Worksheet

A week ago I wrote about new functionality using maps and our family in GenDetective 2013.  None of the reports I wrote about were “new to me”.  I created them, and have been using them for my own research for a … Continue reading

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