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Tuesday, June 10, 2014

A Stowe Man Signs

This resident of Stowe, Massachusetts, signed a probate document in the early 19th century.What is his name?

Saturday, June 7, 2014

Three On One

What three people signed this 18th century document?

Allen County Library Research Trip to Ft. Wayne, Indiana, August 2014

Join me for 3 plus days of research at one of the largest genealogical libraries in the United States, the Allen County Public Library in Ft. Wayne, Indiana, in August of 2014. Additional details are on our web site.

See you there!

Thursday, June 5, 2014

A 17th Century Signing

This man signed a probate document in the late 17th century.

A 1770 Signing

Who signed this 1770 era document from Massachusetts?

Three Signers

These three men signed a probate document in Massachusetts in the late 1700s.What are their names?

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Beat the Train Home Webinar Sale

I'm heading home from Salt Lake from a successful group research trip where I was able even to find some items of my own that I'll be writing about over the next several months. You can read the slavery in New England post here or the three generation deed here.

At the request of some followers, we've reactivated the webinar downloads until my train gets me back home around noon on 6 June. If there was something you missed, now's a good time as the download site is being phased out when my next billing cycle comes around in mid-June.

For those who are big fans of scanning and making digital images, I only made about 15 paper copies the entire week I was at the Family History Library.

If you missed the webinar closeout, or wanted to add one additional presentation to your collection, now's an excellent time.

A Signer, but No Declaration

Who signed as a witness on a probate document in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, shortly after the American Revolution?

Monday, June 2, 2014