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Your Interactive Family Album From the editors of Family Tree magazine, this family keepsake is the perfect place to discover and share your family's story. Family Tree Legacies helps you keep track of basic information and special memories, including traditions, heirloom histories, family records, newsworthy moments, family migrations and immigrations, old recipes, important dates, and much more. This unique book features: - a relationship chart to help you trace your ancestry - tips for discovering facts about your family history - a comprehensive list of additional resources Family Tree Legacies is a true treasure you can nurture and pass down through the generations.

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Whether planning a small annual get-­together or a once-­in-­a-­lifetime gathering of hundreds, is a step-­by-­step guide to the planning, promotion, execution and documentation of the best family reunion ever. Filled with hundreds of practical and specific instructions, carefully guides the reader through: The book is arranged in logical step-­by-­step sequence. There are checklists and forms to simplify the paperwork, websites and other references for further information on topics of special interest, and tips from others who have held successful reunions.

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Historical family photos are cherished heirlooms that offer a glimpse into the lives of our ancestors. But the images, and the stories behind them, often fade away as decades pass - the who, when, where and why behind the photos are lost. In this book, photo identification expert and genealogist Maureen A. Taylor shows you how to study the clues in your old family photos to put names to faces and recapture their lost stories. Inside, you'll learn how to:

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Researching family history is the second most popular topic on the Internet (after sex). In, Pamela Boyer Porter, a Certified Genealogical Records Specialist, explains how to search effectively on the Internet, how to assess the value of what you find, and the best way to make full use of the resources of the Internet to trace your family's history and heritage. Topics covered include: Researching on the Internet can be fun and challenging. makes your search more effective and creative.

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This book is an essential handbook for those researching their ancestry in the counties of Cornwall, Devon and Somerset and the city of Bristol. It begins with an introduction to the identity of The West Country, its geography and history over the centuries. It then guides family historians through the wealth of historical records available both online and in archives and libraries in order to add the flesh to the bones of the names of ancestors on their family trees. West Country expert Kirsty Gray highlights fascinating details that can be uncovered about the places where our ancestors lived, their occupations and the distinctive features, identity and character of the West Country itself. She provides case studies of some notable individuals from the counties as well as records of those individuals who never hit the headlines. This practical and informative guide is a must have for readers wishing to find out more about all aspects of life in this area of England.

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This books focus is on the European side of his fathers line in England and maybe France, while his mothers side is from France and Germany, and not discussed very much. Most of the content is from documents mostly in the County Suffolk, England area and the book begins with the history of this PAGE line in Normandy, France area around the year 900 to the arrival of PAGE Family “C” in Virginia in the middle 1600s. He published CAROLINA PAGEs in 1990 which was about his PAGE line that arrived in Virginia in middle 1600s as they moved to North Carolina, then South Carolina, then Georgia, then Florida where he was born. Since DNA arrived on the scene in early 2000, much of the paper trail has been verified. DNA has provided about 15 different PAGE lines and around 44 individuals most of which have the surname PAGE in the PAGE Line “C”. Photographs are provided of the many English houses that the PAGE family lived in beginning in early 1400 to date.

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The Heritage of Christian Values - documents author Marvin McKim's storyline of a family over a 300-­year period of time. The central theme is based upon people, places, dates and events emphasizing God's Blessing and handy-­work in the lifeline. It begins in the1600s with the Fraser Clan of Scotland and then follows the family down through nine generations from Scotland to Ireland; in 1734 it moves over to the New World (America), and finally into the wilds of Virginia, Kentucky, Indiana, Oklahoma, and Colorado. "As you read this book,­" says McKim, "I believe you will identify with your own ancestors and the importance that prayer has within a family, in addition to the passing of Christian values for the generations that follow. The prayers and Christian values were the principal contributions that our forefathers gave to us, making America into what we represent today. The countries' foundations are based upon the prayers of many, followed by the blessings from God. Your family . . .

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I just wanted to tell you that I have enjoyed your book "Alsop's Tables.­" It's great! It has answered some of my questions and also helped to correct some mistakes in our genealogy lines of research. I get to reading and can't put it down. We certainly would like to receive additional volumes as they are published. What a magnificent book. I had no idea your were producing a work of this magnitude. It is beyond my most sanguine expectations. Jerry Alsup is a genealogist without peer. His good nature and devotion to his craft are contagious, one might even say "Inspiring.­" The members of this family lineage are going to enjoy reading this author's book. It is scholarly, thorough, and yet very readable. As an avid Alsop researcher and history buff, I have found the most valuable sources for information on this family are the books of Jerry Alsup. He provides the family migration patterns, history, marriages, and wonderful stories of people, and he ties them, when appropriate, with . . .

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Your family history research is humming along just fine&#150you've discovered a trove of old letters here, a census and a birth certificate there. Then something genealogists call a brick wall stops you cold: You can't find the record you need. Your great-­grandmother's maiden name eludes you. You don't know where your immigrant ancestor was born. Now you can meet those obstacles with the advice in. This compilation of experts' answers to readers' toughest questions offers solutions for beginning and veteran genealogists. You'll learn strategies and discover new resources for tracing missing ancestors, finding the right records, researching in the old country and more. And you can use our exclusive Records Checklist and Brick Wall Worksheet to formulate your plan of attack. is your secret weapon for getting over, around, under and through obstacles in your family history search. Includes Brick Wall Busters on:

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