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Aug 6, 2020

The food that families make is wonderful and ties the generations closer together in shared meals, traditions, experiences, and emotions. Preserving these recipes is an important part of your genealogy work and one that even the non-genealogists in your family can appreciate. Here is how to make a family cookbook, and...


Aug 4, 2020

Your digital genealogy needs to be organized just as much as your physical genealogical documents and photos do. Today, I’ll show you some tried and true hints on how to keep all this information easy to access when you store it on your computer.

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Jul 30, 2020

If you are looking for a way to keep your physical genealogy documents organized as well as safe, join me today and I’ll show you a few useful hints to push you in that direction.

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https://ancestralfindings.com/organizing-your-physical-genealogy-documents/

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Jul 28, 2020

Have you heard of the mystery of the Princes in the Tower? Who were they, and what connection did they have to the Wars of the Roses? Today… we’ll find out what really happened to them.

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https://ancestralfindings.com/whos-wars-roses-princes-tower/

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Jul 23, 2020

This Mystery House in California is said to be haunted and built by a madwoman. But, is this really the truth of the story? Everyone loves a good ghost story and a haunted house brings visitors and money to the owners. However, what was the real story behind this eccentric person and impossibly built house?

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