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Jun 23, 2021

Marriage records are a basic part of genealogy research and are usually among the first official family records that beginning genealogists find. There can be a variety of information included on marriage records, depending on when and where the record was created. These are some examples of the types of information...


Jun 22, 2021

The Twelfth Amendment to the US Constitution gives us the modern way that presidential elections are conducted. The first four US presidential elections were conducted differently, and resulted in some issues between politically opposed Presidents and Vice Presidents. This amendment still governs how US...


Jun 21, 2021

The Eleventh Amendment is meant to keep citizens and businesses from suing states in federal court if they do not live in the states they are suing. The US Supreme Court has broadened this interpretation a little bit over the two centuries since the amendment was ratified to the Constitution. This is what you need to...


Jun 18, 2021

As a genealogist, one of the things you are no doubt concerned with is getting your young children interested in genealogy. After all, you want your genealogy work to be preserved and to continue long after you. Unless you donate all of your research to an archives or historical society, where it may or may not ever...


Jun 17, 2021

Welcome to the Ancestral Findings Podcast . . . Here are the four best free genealogy websites you should be using, whether you have access to a membership site or are waiting until you are in a financial position to join one.

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