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Thursday, October 24, 2013

A Pulaski Man

This Pulaski County, Arkansas, resident registered for the World War Two draft in the 1940s. What is his name?

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

A Wideman Signs

This 1924 native of Wideman, Arkansas, signed a draft card in the World War Two era.

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Registering

Who signed this World War Two draft card?

Monday, October 21, 2013

A Stamps Man

This resident of Stamps, Arkansas, registered for the World War Two draft in the 1940s.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

An Oklahoma Man Registers in Arkansas

This 1925 native of Oklahoma registered for the World Two War Draft in 1943 in Arkansas. What is his name?

Saturday, October 19, 2013

A 1915 Marriage

Who were the witnesses on this 1915 marriage from Illinois?

Friday, October 18, 2013

A Desha County Man

This resident of Desha County, Arkansas registered for the World War Two draft in the 1940s. What is his name?

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Who Is Your Mama?

What is the name of the mother from this Illinois death certificate?


Wednesday, October 16, 2013

We Are the JPs

Who were these two justices of the peace on this early 19th century document from Virginia?

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Making a Deposition

Who signed this deposition in Bedford County, Virginia in the early 1800s?

Let's Settle This Up

This woman and her brother-in-law signed a probate document in Iowa in the 1850s. What are their names?

Monday, October 14, 2013

I Am a Sponsor

This person was a sponsor at a baptism in Illinois in the late 19th century. What's the name?

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Pa Said They Could Get Hitched

These two men witnessed a letter of consent for a marriage in Kentucky in the 1830s.

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Selling the Farm

Who signed this Virginia deed in the very early 1800s?

Webinar Wrap Up

If you ordered any of my $5 genealogy webinars and had any sort of issues, please let me know. A list of topics can be found here for those who missed it. My contract with the download service is set to expire next week so "last minute" orders, downloads, or other concerns need to be taken care of soon. Thanks!

I'm Guardian

Who signed a guardianship document in Iowa in the 1880s?

Friday, October 11, 2013

We Took Communion

Who took communion at an Illinois church in the 1860s?

Getting Them Hitched

Who signed this marriage bond in Mercer County, Kentucky, in the early 19th century?

Answers

Apparently the answers are not coming through on earlier posts.

I will be posting them over the next week--but it will take me a little bit of time to go back in and update them.

Thanks!

Michael

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Selling the Farm

Who were the grantors on this early 19th century Virginia deed?

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

Monday, October 7, 2013

My Kid Can Get Hitched

Who signed this marriage consent letter in Kentucky in the 1850s?

Sunday, October 6, 2013

Extended Webinar Closeout

Due to  popular demand and the request of a few long-time customers who missed it, we've extended our closeout on webinars. Don't miss it this time as my contract with the site that coordinates the downloads expires. Once you buy, you download and it's yours to view as often as you want.

Wrapping it up--$5 Genealogy Webinar Sale

I have had great fun presenting webinars on a variety of research topics over the past three years. However, for a variety of reasons I’ve decided to no longer sell recordings of my forty previous webinars (extended due to popular demand through 9 October). We will offer support for previous purchases after that time, but no new orders will be processed. If you've been waiting to order, don't wait any longer. Each presentation is $5 each--download is immediate. Our order page is here.

Topics are:
  • Using US Census on Ancestry.com
  • Using US Passenger lists on Ancestry.com
  • An overview of Archive.org
  • Brick Walls from A to Z
  • More Brick Walls from A to Z
  • Yet More Brick Walls from A to Z
  • Brick Walls from A to Z--The FINAL One
  • Barbara's Beaus and Gesche's Girls
  • Preparing for Mother's Death
  • Proving Benjamin
  • The Newmans in the 1830-1870 Census: A Case Study
  • The Missing 1840 Census Enumeration
  • Creating Families from pre-1850 Census REcords
  • Court Records: Pig Blood in the Snow
  • The Probate Process; An Overview
  • Tips and Tricks for FamilySearch
  • Female Ancestors
  • Sarah and Susannah: Two 18th Century Virginia Women and Their Property
  • Proving Florence
  • Using Fold3.com
  • Illinois Research
  • Local Land Records in Public Domain Land States
  • The Bureau of Land Management Office Tract Books
  • Sections, Townships, Base Lines, etc--Land Descriptions in Federal Land States
  • Using the Bureau of Land Management Website
  • DeedMapper
  • DeedMapper with Virginia Land Patents
  • What is Not Written
  • The Genealogical Proof Standard for the Non-Professional
  • Charts, Charts, and More Charts
  • Creating Research Plans
  • Making and Proving Your Case
  • Seeing the Patterns: Organizing Your Information
  • Determining Your Own Migration Chain
  • Crossing the Pond
  • Did Your Ancestor Get a Civil War Pension?
  • American Revolutionary War Materials on Fold3.com
  • United States Naturalization Records pre-1920
  • Newspaper Research
Our order page and more information is here:

Thanks for your support of our projects!

Michael
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Michael John Neill
Genealogy Tip of the Day

Due to  popular demand and the request of a few long-time customers who missed it, we've extended our closeout on webinars. Don't miss it this time as my contract with the site that coordinates the downloads expires. Once you buy, you download and it's yours to view as often as you want.

Wrapping it up--$5 Genealogy Webinar Sale

I have had great fun presenting webinars on a variety of research topics over the past three years. However, for a variety of reasons I’ve decided to no longer sell recordings of my forty previous webinars (extended due to popular demand through 9 October). We will offer support for previous purchases after that time, but no new orders will be processed. If you've been waiting to order, don't wait any longer. Each presentation is $5 each--download is immediate. Our order page is here.

Topics are:
  • Using US Census on Ancestry.com
  • Using US Passenger lists on Ancestry.com
  • An overview of Archive.org
  • Brick Walls from A to Z
  • More Brick Walls from A to Z
  • Yet More Brick Walls from A to Z
  • Brick Walls from A to Z--The FINAL One
  • Barbara's Beaus and Gesche's Girls
  • Preparing for Mother's Death
  • Proving Benjamin
  • The Newmans in the 1830-1870 Census: A Case Study
  • The Missing 1840 Census Enumeration
  • Creating Families from pre-1850 Census REcords
  • Court Records: Pig Blood in the Snow
  • The Probate Process; An Overview
  • Tips and Tricks for FamilySearch
  • Female Ancestors
  • Sarah and Susannah: Two 18th Century Virginia Women and Their Property
  • Proving Florence
  • Using Fold3.com
  • Illinois Research
  • Local Land Records in Public Domain Land States
  • The Bureau of Land Management Office Tract Books
  • Sections, Townships, Base Lines, etc--Land Descriptions in Federal Land States
  • Using the Bureau of Land Management Website
  • DeedMapper
  • DeedMapper with Virginia Land Patents
  • What is Not Written
  • The Genealogical Proof Standard for the Non-Professional
  • Charts, Charts, and More Charts
  • Creating Research Plans
  • Making and Proving Your Case
  • Seeing the Patterns: Organizing Your Information
  • Determining Your Own Migration Chain
  • Crossing the Pond
  • Did Your Ancestor Get a Civil War Pension?
  • American Revolutionary War Materials on Fold3.com
  • United States Naturalization Records pre-1920
  • Newspaper Research
Our order page and more information is here:

Thanks for your support of our projects!

Michael
-----------------------
Michael John Neill
Genealogy Tip of the Day


http://www.genealogytipoftheday.com

http://www.genealogytipoftheday.com

What Is This?

What does this document say?

Saturday, October 5, 2013

A 1941 Signing in Cook County

This thirty-three year old signed a naturalization document in Cook County, Illinois, in 1941. What is his name?

Friday, October 4, 2013

A 1920 Year of Birth

The signer here was born in 1920 and made out this document in the 1950s. What is her name?

Thursday, October 3, 2013

Yet One More Cook Countian Signs

This alien registration holder signed a document in Cook County, Illinois, in the 1950s.

Another Cook County Signing

This man, born in 1885, signed this naturalization document in Chicago, Illinois, in the 1950s. What is his name?

Wednesday, October 2, 2013

A Cook County Signing

Who signed this 20th century naturalization document in Cook County, Illinois?

Tuesday, October 1, 2013