FamilySearch will Make Millions of Obituaries Searchable

FamilySearch to Make Millions of Obituaries Searchable Online Tens of Thousands of Additional Indexers Needed to Help Create an Every-Name Index to Millions of Obituaries FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASESalt Lake City, Utah—February 7, 2014—FamilySearch is working with partners and the larger genealogical community to collect, digitize, and index millions of obituaries from the United States (with […]

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52 Ancestors: #5 Myer Krueger

Recently my friend Amy Crow, who writes No Story Too Small, challenged others to join her in writing about our ancestors each week.  This is week 5 of the challenge and I am going to introduce you to my Great Grandfather, Myer Krueger.  He is the father of my maternal grandmother, Shirley.  Though I never got […]

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52 Ancestors: #4 Edward Herbert Morse

Recently my friend Amy Crow, who writes No Story Too Small, challenged others to join her in writing about our ancestors each week.  This is week 4 of the challenge and I’m going to share some stories of my maternal grandfather, Edward Herbert Morse.  I do not have many personal stories of him, but my grandmother […]

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Want to learn more about Jewish genealogy research? Sign up for my newsletter & get info on the 25th of each month! Get Jewish genealogy related news, classes, webinars, videos, and updates in databases useful in Jewish Genealogy Research. Plus I’ll make recommendations on folks to follow on Twitter, Facebook, and Google+. Simply sign up […]

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52 Ancestors in 52 Weeks: Shirley Helen Krueger

Recently my friend Amy Crow, who writes No Story Too Small, challenged others to join her in writing about our ancestors each week.  This is week 3 of the challenge and I’m going to share some stories of my maternal grandmother, Shirley Helen Krueger Morse.  I’ve written a few posts about her in the past, […]

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