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Scotland's Lost Other Half: Tracing Difficult Ancestral Lines in Scotland's Non-Parochial Register
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Tracing Non-Church of England Ancestry
This webinar provides ways to help you trace ancestry in England's non-parochial (nonconformist) churches and other religions including (key resources for) tracing Jewish ancestry in England.
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Tracing Irish Roman Catholic Ancestry
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New York City Municipal Reference and Research Center
York Public Library's vast holdings, initiate a research visit, submit a query to an archivist, and access digitized material. Listing of Archives and Manuscripts
shrinking the circle to the desired size. Any results of an initial search query that have additional places described within them (i.e. a cemetery described
Vermont State Archives
enter 'probate' in the keyword field of the Research Guide, and Submit Query, or search the list of agencies that may have probate-related collections
Q genealogical glossary terms
Q Sections of the United States for which the United States Geological Survey has created topographical maps. A name referring to members of the Society
Yohogania County, Virginia Genealogy
ancestor's "FAN Club" [Friends, Associates, and Neighbors] As of August 2010, a query for individuals born in Yohogania, Virginia at World Connect, results in
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