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  • Wiki article on nobility and how that factors into people's Matai names Naming Conventions in Samoa -- Wikipedia section of Fa'amatai (the chiefly system
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • research instructions for each county. Click on the arrows next to County Name or County Code to order the list alphabetically. The map below shows county
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • laws governing the naming of babies and changes of names. An Icelandic Naming Committee (Mannanafnanefnd) maintains a list of names accepted and rejected
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • day for births; name of principal and parents; occupation and religious preference of parents; name of informant for births and names of witnesses for
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  • British Naming Conventions (category England Personal Names)
    the usual British naming convention was as follows: • The first son was named after the paternal grandfather • The second son was named after the maternal
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  • England Names, Personal (category England Personal Names) (section Given Names)
    or two given names. Some were named after parents or other relatives. (see also British Naming Conventions) For a book describing given names, see: Withycombe
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  • Dutchman named Jacob Roggeveen (1659-1729). The first European explorer was Louis-Antone de Bougainville (1729-1811) from France, and he named the islands
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  • are often several places with the same name. You may want to use a Gazetteer to help you. The spelling and even names of some towns may have changed since
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  • American Samoa Background Gazetteers History Jurisdictions Languages Maps Naming Conventions Local Research Resources Archives & Libraries Societies Family History
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  • Wikipedia handle that? Naming conventions, such as the word 'County.' In other countries, many towns are attached to a single name. How do we deal with that
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  • page? ' 4. Place-naming conventions (Michael) There are more system constraints than realized. See the "Help Talk:Naming conventions" page for a list of
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  • implementing Disambiguation links and pages: How to name a town within an article title? Place naming conventions: Including country in title of article regarding
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  • Naming new articles is an important part of helping our users locate genealogical research guidance. Please also read about naming conventions. Naming
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  • mainly of people from Iceland and an understanding of Scandanavian naming conventions is helpful in researching your ancestors. The Catholic records from
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  • rather than create another page. After reviewing the article on naming conventions, type the name of the article you want to create in the box below. Do not
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  • “ferch” as the patronymic naming convention for females. Ap and ab are used in male patronymics. If the father’s given name starts with a vowel, “ab” is
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  • ancestral surnames. See Abbreviations Lists for Personal Names (English) See British Naming Conventions for more information. _____________________________
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  • Authorities and the Family History Library Catalog (Subject Search). Naming conventions can also be helpful in creating titles and categories. To create a
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  • Topics Conditions of Use Manual of Style Naming Conventions 3. Sign in to FamilySearch Wiki. Enter your user name and password in the fields in the blue
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  • link California also has cemeteries. (Renamed link) Same target, different name. The target ("piped") text must be placed first, then the text to be displayed
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  • creating new article or page names, please take the time to learn How to Name a New Article and review the Wiki Naming Conventions. Before you can copy information
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  • same as creating any new page. 1. Choose a name for the Un-Portal Page. First learn about naming conventions, and then follow the instructions for creating
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  • Help:Section (section Naming)
    guidelines apply for titles of sections as for naming conventions of articles (see FamilySearch Wiki:Naming conventions). The titles should be easily recognizable
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  • The second is the Family History Library Catalog (Subject Search). Naming conventions can be extremely helpful in creating a title you won't have to fix
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  • article or patrolling, check the name against naming conventions and formats on like articles. If a page is improperly named or misspelled, the only way to
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  • be part of Utah. Led by Peter Lassen and Isaac Roop, they met in "mass convention" 26 April 1856 at Roop's house. Their main purpose was to draw up land
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  • importance of the Genealogical Proof Standard. She has sought to establish conventions for citing genealogical sources. She has researched and published extensively
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  • create a new project, follow the naming conventions for WikiProjects to help make your project easy to find: The name of the project should begin with
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  • the society’s objectives, membership, library facilities, magazine, and conventions. The society’s national publication is: United Daughters of the Confederacy
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  • Confederate pension records. From the index, find the name of the pension recipient. If your name of interest appears in the index, contact the State Archives
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  • information about the tribe, such as (a) migration patterns, (b) marriage and naming customs, and (c) affiliations with government agencies or churches. If the
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  • 1995 reprint: FHL Collection; digital version at Ancestry ($). [Includes Conventions of 1775-1776, the Committee of Safety, 1775; public claims (list of persons
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  • movement that eventually led to the creation of Nevada. The Nataqua Territory convention said their valley was outside California and thereby implied the Sierra
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  • record keeping conventions vary somewhat by region. Surnames may be abbreviated. Also, there are many unusual forms of given names. Name of child Baptism
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  • research in England as well as the United States. Newsletters, publications, Conventions, DNA project, and a book in progress. Facebook: Ogle/Ogles Family Association
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  • American Historical Society of Germans from Russia chapters, contact info, conventions, contribute to their database, news, products, research materials, services
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  • Birthing of West Virginia eyewitness accounts of Seccession and Wheeling Conventions, many pictures of ancestors. Civil War Medals of West Virginia. Where
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  • and poverty. How everybody had to behave was anchored in customs and conventions. Servants had to comply to the so called “Gesindeordnung” (servants’ guidelines)
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  • Virginia: To Which is Added an Appendix, Containing the Journals of the Conventions in Virginia from the Commencement to the Present Time. New York: Harper
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  • wills) followed the convention until very recently, but in modern times the formulation is more likely to be married name, née maiden name (and formerly former
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  • biographies, birth dates, parents’ names, and sometimes pictures. It also provides information on associations and state conventions. Mixon, Winfield Henri. History
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  • and also of members of the House of Burgesses, and the revolutionary conventions of the Colony of Virginia. 1902. By William G. and Mary Newton Stanard
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  • death information; and marriage information such as a brides’ maiden name and the names of both sets of parents. Records may include other relatives who were
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  • surname Ames or Eames and their descendants. DNA project, research help, conventions, and membership benefits. Anderson Facebook Group:Anderson Family Photo
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  • 1815. Records include name, rank, state and type of service, and usually give state and date of birth and death, spouse, and the name of the child through
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  • baptism, or death; and marriage information, such as the bride’s maiden name and the names of both sets of parents. Records may include other relatives who were
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  • "Members of the House of Burgesses of Lancaster County, Including Members of Conventions of 1773-1776," Northern Neck of Virginia Historical Magazine, Vol. 12
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  • Abbreviations Found in Genealogy Records (category Names Personal) (section Names)
    find in genealogy records. Main article: Abbreviations Lists for Personal Names (English) Jno or Johes = John Hy = Henry Wm = William =Willus xpher  or Xpoferus=
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  • the first Women's Rights Convention. Abolitionist and Quaker women of Seneca County met together and called for the convention. Five women organized the
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  • government signed a convention recognizing Swazi independence despite the Scramble for Africa that was taking place at the time 1894 - A convention placed Swaziland
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  • History Centers 6 Websites 7 References The county was named for Richard Ellis, president of the convention that produced the Texas Declaration of Independence
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  • Virginia Virginia Military Records Virginia in the Revolutionary War "The Convention ... passed an ordinance July 17, 1775, for raising two regiments of regulars
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  • 000 names. Each entry includes groom, bride, marriage date, county, and state. Every name is indexed so you can search for one name, or two names that
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  • sites. Since it was to be a web of genealogy sites it would be named "US GenWeb." The name had to be changed to USGenWeb because US GenWeb was a copyright
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  • christening, or birth; marriage information and maiden names; and death date. Records may include names of other relatives who were witnesses or members of
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  • captures and used as a base for the French forces. 22 August 1808, in the Convention of Cintra, the town was returned to the Portuguese. As an active republican
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  • Elvas, but evacuated it in August of 1808 after the conclusion of the Convention of Sintra. Elvas has 7 civil parishes. The population of Elvas is roughly
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  • birth and baptism; name of child; names of parents, sponsors (godparents), and the name of priest. Marriage: date of marriage; name of persons being married
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  • christening, or birth; marriage information and maiden names; and death date. Records may include names of other relatives who were witnesses or members of
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  • indexes give no indication if they are a partial index or complete. If the name you are researching does not appear in an index, re-check the index at a
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  • included in the Australian Constitution (1901) was rejected by a drafting convention and reference is made only to "subjects of the Queen" colloquially known
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  • 1868, Japan was ruled by successive feudal military shōguns who ruled in the name of the Emperor. Japan entered into a long period of isolation in the early
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  • Baptisms – name, birth date, place and date of baptism, parents names. Marriages – names of bride and groom, date and place of marriage. Burials – names of deceased
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  • soldier's name, county, pension #, unit or widow. United States Pension Bureau, List of Pensioners on the Roll January 1, 1883: Giving the Name of Each Pensioner
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  • ships bombarded Stonington for three days. In late 1814, the Hartford Convention met at the Old State House to draft anti-war resolutions. Pearson, Thomas
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  • what jurisdiction your ancestor was a part. In April 1860, an unofficial convention held in Tucson declared the southern portion of New Mexico Territory as
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  • first settlers 1793 - Île de la Réunion was the name given to the island by a decree of the Convention Nationale (the elected revolutionary constituent
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  • their identity. Statements from local church records showing the blessing, naming, or christening of the child in their family faith may also be used to support
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  • children’s names, name of father and mother, brothers’ and sisters’ names, remarks, and signature. Early books sometimes contained the name of the former
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  • for each family, including husband’s name, wife’s maiden name, the names of each spouse’s parents, children’s names, dates of birth for each individual
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  • tribes left little in the way of influence, the name of one of these tribes, the Helvetii, has become a by-name of Switzerland. By the 2nd century BC, Germanic
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  • contain the names of my ancestors. Ulamila: The only information I got was directly from my maternal grandmother's mouth. All I got are names of who is related
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  • County Colored Convention 1865—Over the course of 20 years, aided nearly 1,000 enslaved people to freedom 1867—Delegate to Ohio Colored Convention 1870—27th
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  • Genealogy Place-name search for these and other records in the Family History Library Catalog (For instructions see FHL Catalog Place-name Search). 1820-2006
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  • the Protestant denominations. It often mentions the minister’s name as well as the names of his parents and spouse. It is well indexed. Copeley, William
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  • the National Convention in 1946, reflecting efforts in self-determination among European nationalities that followed WWII. The Convention, made up of representatives
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  • before saving to make sure the : turns into an indent.) The Discussion Conventions template can be added to the top of talk pages to help keep order on Talk
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  • periodicals •Y10 Church periodicals •Y20 Reports of church organizations and conventions •Y30 Reports and publications of other institutions and societies •Y40
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  • christening, or birth; marriage information and maiden names; and death date. Records may include names of other relatives who were witnesses or members of
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  • April 1808 from Onondaga County. The county is named after Pierre Van Cortlandt, president of the convention at Kingston that wrote the first New York State
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  • country). Information about a family may be found in a history under the married name of a daughter or sister. Relatives or clues are often found by studying the
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  • corner of St. Landry Parish. The new parish was named Calcasieu in honor of the region's principal river. The name Calcasieu (pronounced Cal-ca-shoo) comes from
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  • from Rowan. It was named in honor of William Richardson Davie, a distinguished Revolutionary soldier, a member of the Federal Convention of 1787, governor
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  • Genealogy Place-name search for these and other records in the FamilySearch Catalog (For instructions see, FamilySearch Catalog Place-name Search). Fayetteville
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  • county name honors the maiden name of George Henshaw's mother. Henshaw, a Madill native, served in the 1906 Oklahoma Constitutional Convention. Marshall
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  • County. 1983. Officials "Delegates to the North Carolina Constitutional Conventions--1788, 1789," Journal of the Genealogical Society of Rowan County, North
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  • family history, and military records. Named for Albert H. Ellis, a vice president of the 1906 Constitutional Convention, Ellis County lies in the state's western
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  • Oklahoma. The county was named for John Charles Major, a county resident and representative to the state's 1906 Constitutional Convention. Major County Courthouse
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  • Oklahoma. The county was named for W. C. Hughes, an Oklahoma City lawyer and member of the Oklahoma Constitutional Convention. Hughes County Courthouse
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  • southeastern quarter of Oklahoma. Named for William H. "Alfalfa Bill" Murray, president of the 1906 Constitutional Convention. Murray County Courthouse 10th&
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  • sketches of the lives and careers of the members of the constitutional conventions of 1846 and 1847-8. With a history of early settlement in Wisconsin Tenney
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  • is located in the Central portion of the Commonwealth of Virginia and was named after a suburb of London, England. For additional records, see Henrico County
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